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(Olympia, WA)  --  Incumbent Washington Governor Jay Inslee says he's looking to raise 12-million dollars for his re-election campaign.  Inslee, who's seeking his second term in office, has raised five-million so far.  A campaign official for Inslee's Republican challenger, former Seattle Port Commissioner Bill Bryant, tells SeattlePI.com the goal is for Bryant to raise three-million dollars for the August primary election and another seven-million for the general election in November.  Bryant has raised about one-point-six-million so far.
 

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