Final Days to Campaign for the Senate in the Yakima Valley
YAKIMA, Wash - As the deadline for primary ballots gets closer, senate candidates for Washington's 14th district say they aren't going to desperate measures to get last minute votes. The candidates say they are just trying to stick with the game plan and carry out their campaigns as normal.
Curtis King was busy taking phone calls from voters and answering last minute questions at his campaign office Monday.
Both he and his opponent Jim Clements had supporters waving signs at street corners for the drive to work.
King says other than going to people's houses who havent voted yet his campaign won't change much.
"We think what we have done has been successful and we don't see any reason to change, we'll keep doing what we've been doing and we hope that the success will carry to today," says King.
Jim Clements says his staff will be doing some last second sign waving. As for himself, he says being the current senator he has a lot of business to take care of.