SAN FRANCISCO - When Washington voters choose a successor to outgoing Treasurer Michael Murphy next month, they may well decide whether the state government continues its steadfast preference for competitive bond sales and influence how receptive it might be to proposals for public-private partnerships.

The two candidates are Allan Martin, Murphy's deputy, and Jim McIntire, a state representative and economics professor.

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