Washington Congressman Jay Inslee joins us for an interview about his run for Governor. What does he see as major issues facing the state and what would he do if elected? Recent polls show the Democrat trailing Republican Rob McKenna. Does he consider himself the underdog? Our Insiders Roundtable weighs in on his candidacy.
Jay Inslee was elected and served in the State House until 1992, when he ran for and was elected to the United States Congress. Inslee has represented Washington State at the federal level for more than a decade -- as representative for the 4th Congressional District from 1992-1994 and the 1st Congressional District since 1999 -- writing and sponsoring legislation to create jobs in the new clean energy economy, reform health care, protect the environment, and expand access to high speed communications.