OLYMPIA, Wash. - Republican Reagan Dunn and Democrat Bob Ferguson have advanced to the November election in the attorney general's race.
Early results from Tuesday's primary showed both men garnering enough votes to move on in Washington's top two system. Dunn and Ferguson are both King County Councilmembers.
Dunn, a former federal prosecutor, has emphasized his law enforcement experience. Ferguson has said he'd use the office to focus on protecting consumers from fraud.
The attorney general oversees more than 1,100 people, including 525 attorneys. The current two-year budget for the office is about $229 million.
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