Gary Manca, one of the attorneys who successfully sued to place Referendum 1 on the August 18 ballot, will be announcing details tomorrow for "a new legal action, under the Public Records Act, to fight the State’s concealment of public information about the financing for the tolled tunnel."

Earlier today, we reported that Manca was considering filing the suit on behalf of anti-tunnel campaign Protect Seattle Now sometime this week. It seems he'll do it tomorrow, perhaps in time to influence voters before they cast ballots. The state has refused to disclose the deep-bore tunnel's complete financing plan until after the election—details of how long it will take to pay off construction bonds and the cost of paying interest—which is expected to add billions to the project's $4.2 billion price tag.