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Here’s a list of links to everything we’ve written about Tuesday’s general election.
Only Washington, Oregon and Colorado conduct all elections exclusively by mail. In California, it’s an option.
With so much at stake up and down the ballot, turnout is expected to eclipse 75 percent.
You can also mail your ballot without a stamp — this year, anyway.
Whoever is elected will have some tough decisions to make next year.
“I suspect that most people don’t know either of us,” says a state Supreme Court justice up for re-election.
Two of the three Snohomish County Public Utility District’s commissioner seats are on the ballot.
Everett officials say the demand for services has outstripped available funding.
In the race for two House seats, candidates talk about affordable housing, substance abuse and taxes.
Concerns about roads, water and gun rights dominate the candidates’ conversations on the campaign trail.
Democrat Ivan Lewis is battling Republican Robert Sutherland, and history, in the 39th district.
Mike Nelson and Brett Bass are gun owners who disagree on whether I-1639 will increase public safety.
The duel between incumbent Maralyn Chase and challenger Jesse Salomon is about substance and style.
Norma Smith and Dave Hayes face strong challengers in Democrats Scott McMullen and Dave Paul.
Most of the money comes from outside spending.
Unlike many of their peers, DelBene, Larsen and Jayapal are heavy favorites to return to Congress.
It’s quieter since Sax posted excerpts of sex abuse investigation of Lovick that produced no charges.
She expressed support for President Trump, saying he has “kept his promises.”
The three-term senator is facing challenger Susan Hutchison on Nov. 6
Washington’s 1st Legislative District covers Bothell and Kirkland.