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Interest in congressional races is a likely factor, but free ballot postage may have helped, too.
The president and others can choose to ignore players who kneel or consider what they have to say.
A killer whale’s multi-day vigil for her dead calf should spur greater action to save the Salish Sea.
Lawmakers need to hear public support for a program that provides funds for parks, trails and more.
The Herald Editorial Board makes the following recommendations for the Aug. 7 primary election.
Democrats Derek Stanford and Shelley Kloba have proved themselves as effective lawmakers.
The incumbents in the 21st, 38th and 44th district Senate races warrant a return to their posts.
Challenger Bruce King and incumbent Kathy Vaughn deserve election to the public utility’s board.
Ethel McNeal, Liz Vogeli or Rourke would serve Everett well, but Rourke has insight the city needs.
The editorial board endorses Jesse Salomon for Senate and Cindy Ryu and Lauren Davis for the House.
A lawsuit threatens to end Obamacare’s guarantee of coverage for those with pre-existing conditions.
Trump’s plan for a ‘more American’ design for Air Force One ignores the history it represents.
Since 1994, most aid for college courses has been denied to inmates. The grants should be restored.
Washington state — and its paper ballots — are serving as an example of how to protect from hackers.
A proposed ordinance in Edmonds and I-1639 would require gun owners to lock their guns at home.
The president’s commutation ignores facts in the arson case and may embolden foes of public lands.
State lawmakers often require counties to provide new services without the funds to support them.
Voters should make the final decision on the number of council districts and at-large positions.
A suit to stop I-1639 on grounds that the petition’s text is too small would deny voters their voice.
The move by Everett could make housing more affordable and encourage use of transit and bicycles.