Election guide: Meet the candidates

Ballots are due Tuesday, Aug. 7. Here are recent articles you can use to study up on the candidates and issues.

Statewide races

Governor

Superintendent of Public Instruction

Secretary of State

Lands commissioner

Attorney general

Senate, congressional races

U.S. Senate

1st District U.S. Representative, special election

1st District U.S. Representative

2nd District U.S. Representative

7th District U.S. Representative

Legislative races

1st District State Senator

1st District State Representative

32nd District State Representative

39th District State Representative

44th District State Representative

Island County

Island County Commissioner, District 1

Island County Commissioner, District 2

Other races

Everett City Council

Snohomish County PUD Commissioner

Snohomish County Superior Court Judge

Endorsements

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