In case you missed the news, this is gonna be a year unlike any other in the last eight:

It’s the first time since 2006 there won’t be an Eyman anti-tax, anti-spending or anti-mass-transit measure helping drive the state’s politics.

It's looking so bad for old Tim Eyman that business interests are telling The Seattle Times: "We are now having the discussion about what he’s going to be replaced with going forward."

Poor things. Any advice for them, Sloggers? What should Tim Eyman be replaced with?