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January 3, 1988 | CHARLES HILLINGER, Times Staff Writer
John Cherberg leans out of his third-floor office window from time to time during the day shouting greetings to someone he knows walking up or down the long flight of steps leading to the building. The building is the tallest domed state capitol in the nation--the State of Washington's splendid 60-year-old, 22-story capitol. Cherberg, 77, has been Washington's lieutenant governor 31 years.
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June 9, 1985 | CHARLES HILLINGER, Times Staff Writer
"I've got an armlock on this place," Thyra Thomson, 68, said as she stood in front of Wyoming's 1888 gold-domed Capitol. She laughed. But she meant it. In her 23rd year as secretary of state, Thomson has served in the state House longer than any other elected official in Wyoming's history. Secretary of state in Wyoming is the second highest political office, equivalent to lieutenant governor. There is no lieutenant governor here.
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