Yakima Senate candidates spend the final weekend campaigning
YAKIMA, Wash - With only a few days left before Republican primary ballots are due, both Sen. Jim Clements and challenger Curtis King were hard at work Saturday looking for every extra vote they could find.
Clements, a Selah farmer, and the current incumbent, spent the day at the Central Washington Agricultural Museum shaking hands and saying hello to old friends.
King, a local Yakima businessman, spent his day knocking on door around Yakima, introducing himself to potential voters.
Both candidates say they will spend the weekend glad handing and making sure their core supporters vote before Tuesday deadline.
The 14th Senate district traditionally leans Republican, so Tuesday's winner, will likely win in November.