Nation: Laughing to the Polls

KEEP WASHINGTON GREEN, urge the ubiquitous signs on trash cans and along highways in Washington State, and the supporters of Candidate Richard A. C. Greene wanted to get some extra mileage out of them by adding an extra E. Greene said no, but that may be his only restraint. The Republican candidate for state lands commissioner—who does not even live in Washington—campaigns on a motto of "Land and Order" and vows, if elected, to "fearlessly commission the land." He calls his opponent, Democratic Incumbent Bert Cole, "simply much too good" for the $20,000-a-year job, and runs for his office by...

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