Attorney General Rob McKenna's daughter, Madeleine McKenna, is currently working as the Coalitions Coordinator for her dad's gubernatorial bid.
As Rob McKenna's own web site points out, Madeleine is a 2011 graduate of the University of Washington. A knowledgeable political source puts her age at 24. That would make Madeleine eligible for taking advantage of a very popular provision of Obama's Affordable Care Act—the one that allows children to stay on their parents' health insurance until the age of 26.
So: Is Madeleine McKenna getting health care coverage as part of her job working for her dad's gubernatorial bid, or is she getting health care coverage by staying on her parents' insurance as the ACA allows?
Rob McKenna's campaign did not respond to this question.