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5 of the 7 City Council members say they are interested in the position.
The legislators blasted the agency’s release of ORCA card holders’ email address.
Some hope that a Democratic victory in the Senate race will spur a bipartisan Hirst compromise.
At a hearing in Olympia, regulators took comments from the public. They will report to lawmakers.
The agency improperly handed over email addresses to political forces conducting the pro-ST3 campaign.
The campaign finance watchdog is looking into the circumstances surrounding a $10,000 donation.
People say they are ripping Seahawks stickers off their trucks, will not watch games.
But they didn’t ask for testimony from the transportation committee members who negotiated the bill.
The GOP nominees hope to fill the opening created by the resignation of Republican John Koster.
Tim Eyman cannot use “B.S.” in a voters guide statement opposing a Mukilteo ballot measure, Snohomish County Prosecutor Mark Roe ruled Monday. “Mr.… Continue reading
Everett mayoral hopeful Gary Watts is counting on voters’ concerns about the city’s drug addicts.
The initiative promoter also lost a bid to include a hyperlink to online coverage of the battle.
They are among 74 cases of potential voter fraud statewide uncovered by the secretary of state.
Gary Watts is being allowed to run in Everett, but if he wins, the city will decide if he qualifies.
President Donald Trump “never misses a chance to polarize America,” Inslee says.
Lawmakers will decide whether to keep them or end the experiment and try something else.
Community Transit’s 68 new trips include Paine Field, Boeing, Bothell, UW and downtown Seattle.
Superintendent of Public Instruction Randy Dorn knows school districts use local levies to pay teachers and principals because they don’t get enough money from the… Continue reading
Taking a cue from the Grand Old Party’s four-day fete in Cleveland, consider the case Republican leaders in this state might make against… Continue reading