Democratic gubernatorial candidate Jay Inslee made a campaign stop in Woodinville Monday afternoon to wave signs as part of a final campaign push before Election Day Tuesday, Nov. 6.
From about 2:15 - 2:45 p.m., Inslee, his wife Trudy, and about 20 others stood on the corner of NE 175th Street and 131st Ave NE across from Woodinville Fields, waving Inslee signs, banging a drum and engaging with motorists, some of whom honked their horns and gave the thumbs up sign.
Kim Nunes of Woodinville came with her two kids to show their support. She said she brought Jack, 10, and Charlotte, 8, so they could see and participate first-hand.
"They read about these things in school but this gives them a change for hands-on engagement in civic duty," she said. "It's a good introduction."
Inslee is running for the Washington governor seat against Republican candidate Rob McKenna.