By Assunta Ng
Northwest Asian Weekly
Last week, Bill Bryant, president of the Port of Seattle Commission, spoke to the Seattle Rotary Club at McCaw Hall, strictly on the port’s business.
The reaction of the audience, generally pro-Republican: This guy should run for governor, which shows growing discontent with Rob McKenna, Attorney General and gubernatorial candidate.
Although Bryant, a moderate Republican, is well liked by many, he is not as well known as McKenna, who has twice run successfully for statewide elections.
Bryant must first run for reelection to his seat as a port commissioner in November. Then he can consider future ambitions. (end)