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(Olympia, WA)  --  A member of the Washington State Legislature is resigning to focus on her candidacy in the Seattle mayor's race.  Democratic Representative Jessyn Farrell will be able to raise money for the campaign after her resignation, as lawmakers are prohibited from collecting campaign contributions while the legislature is in session.  Farrell was elected in 2012 to represent the 46th District in northeast Seattle.  She announced on May 12th she was running for Seattle mayor after incumbent Ed Murray announced he was ending his bid for re-election.
 

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