Nethercutt attacks Murray
January 6, 2004
Nethercutt told a Spokane Rotary club that Scoop Jackson and Warren Magnuson would not have allowed Boeing to leave the state, inferring that Murray had.
Murray's campaign manager, Carol Albert, says Murray has been an independent advocate for all constituents, including Boeing.
Boeing's announcement that it was moving its corporate headquarters to Chicago in March 2001 sent shock waves through the state that had been the aircraft giant's home for 85 years.
Albert noted the decision was all but made in 2000, when Republican
Slade Gorton was a U-S Senator.
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