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Sen. Keith Wagoner will challenge Democrat Steve Hobbs, who was appointed to the statewide post in November
The district is asking voters to renew a levy for programs and operations, and to pass a $325 million capital and tech levy.
One worker and one prisoner tested positive Monday. Then more cases were found throughout the Twin Rivers Unit.
Highway 2 would unite communities on both sides of the Cascades in one legislative district. Here’s what else could change.
Another tally is required to settle races for seats on city councils, as well as the Alderwood water district.
The state senator from Lake Stevens is the first Democrat to hold the position in 56 years.
Jason Cummings has worked in the office for 23 years. He hopes to succeed Adam Cornell, who is not seeking re-election.
For the first time in state history, the Supreme Court will define new congressional and legislative districts.
Districts gave exemptions to hundreds with sincerely held religious beliefs ahead of last month’s deadline.
Gov. Jay Inslee on Wednesday appointed the Snohomish County Democrat to succeed departing Republican Kim Wyman.
Jay Inslee vetoed a single sentence in a transportation budget. The state’s highest court said that wasn’t legal.
A battle for a seat on the Alderwood water commission is so close the county may need to recount every ballot by hand.
The governor, who is in Scotland for an international climate conference, set an aggressive timeline.
A Stanwood incumbent moved ahead, Mill Creek’s mayor fell behind and incumbents in Lake Stevens expanded their leads.
Mandates, sex ed and critical race theory commanded the spotlight in Snohomish County school races.
This is a year when most local offices are decided, from mayors to city councils and school boards.
Among them: Mayoral duels, big money, the rise of youth and the return of veteran politicians.
As for the other 10%? Most got an exemption and a path to keep working. Only 470 people left jobs or were terminated.
As elsewhere, the contests feature candidates clashing on curriculum, spending and COVID-19 mandates.
Incumbent Caroline Mason touts experience. Challenger Jeannie Magdua wants pay cuts for some and changes in sex ed curricula.