Election guide: Roundup of candidates and issues

Have your ballot in hand? Here are recent articles you can use to study up on the candidates and issues.

Presidential, Senate, congressional races

President

U.S. Senate

1st District U.S. Representative

7th District U.S. Representative

Statewide races

Governor

Secretary of State

Attorney General

Lieutenant Governor

Legislative races

1st District State Senator

1st District State Representative, Position 1

1st District State Representative, Position 2

10th District State Senator

10th District State Representative, Position 1

10th District State Representative, Position 2

21st District State Representative, Position 2

32nd District State Representative, Position 1

32nd District State Representative, Position 2

38th District State Representative, Position 1

38th District State Representative, Position 2

39th District State Senator

39th District State Representative, Position 1

39th District State Representative, Position 2

44th District State Representative, Position 1

44th District State Representative, Position 2

Other races

Everett City Council

Gold Bar Proposition 1

Monroe advisory vote, Proposition 1

Mukilteo Proposition 1

Island County commissioner

Ballot measures

I-502 — Marijuana legalization

I-1185 — Supermajority to improve taxes

I-1240 — Charter schools

Referendum 74 — same-sex marriage

Endorsements

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