Only one Washington governor has served three consecutive terms. Jay Inslee wants his own threepeat.

Gov. Jay Inslee, right, speaks with David Postman, his chief of staff, before a news conference in Seattle on Thursday, when Inslee announced that he is running for a third term. (Ken Lambert / The Seattle Times)
Gov. Jay Inslee, right, speaks with David Postman, his chief of staff, before a news conference in Seattle on Thursday, when Inslee announced that he is... (Ken Lambert / The Seattle Times)

The only time Washington voters reelected their governor to a third consecutive term, Republican Gov. Dan Evans shared the ballot with President Richard Nixon in 1972.

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