Mike O’Brien’s change of fortune: ‘The most divisive man in Seattle’ is poised for a big win Wednesday, 5 June 2019 ( 3 weeks ago ) After having a slew of political issues blow up in his face, the Seattle City Council member looks poised for a big win on housing on his way out of office.
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Re: " ‘Most divisive man in Seattle’ is poised for a big win": I generally agree with Danny Westneat, but with this column, I have to wonder, what has he.
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