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Monday, October 28, 2013

$94 per voter, and counting: SeaTac wage measure draws big bucks

Abdirahman “Abdi” Abdullahi, right, a paid campaign worker for Proposition 1, a measure that calls for a $15-an-hour “living wage,” hands out fliers to potential voters earlier this month. Abdullahi is on leave from Hertz, where he earns $11.20 an hour and gets no paid sick time.