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The candidates for representative, position 2 answer questions on taxes, guns and more.
John Vanderzicht Memorial Pool in Oak Harbor was closed after a replacement levy failed last year.
Janet St. Clair is facing Rick Hannold for the seat.
Felici and Campbell outline their differing priorities for the job.
Last time, in 2010, it was Democrats. This time it’s conservatives. Either way, it’s opaque misdirection.
If Proposition 1 is approved, City Council seats no longer would be elected entirely at large.
After a testy primary, tolls, traffic and taxes are dominant concerns on the campaign trail.
Neither person challenging Democratic incumbents in the House and Senate has held public office.
Snohomish County voters are asked to weigh raising the sales tax by 10 cents on a $100 purchase.
A Tacoma-based mail vendor contracted by Asotin and Grant counties used the wrong envelopes.
Supporters of Initiative 1631 have raised about $12.5 million.
Three seats are open — one in the Senate and two in the House — in Nov. 6 election.
Sitting judges usually face no opposition, but this year’s race in Cascade District Court is different.
The money would go toward building a new Post Middle School and adding to Arlington High School.
The Washington National Guard has conducted assessments to check for weak spots in the voting systems.
Voters are tackling big questions in the much-anticipated midterm election.
Democrat Jared Mead opposes the Republican state House rep on roads, mass transit and schools.
It’s the costliest race ever for Eastern Washington’s seat in Congress.
We recorded a selection of discussions with candidates and ballot-measure proponents and opponents.
Both sides, seeking The Herald’s endorsement, met with us as we formulated our opinion.