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And a new law allowing folks to register and vote on Election Day didn’t get a ton of takers.
Republican Anna Rohrbough hoped to carry strong primary-night momentum into November.
Peter Zieve, a controversial aerospace executive, was second in one race and is likely to advance.
After combining for nearly 75%, the two city councilmen are likely to face-off in November.
Our political writer discusses what he sees in the early returns of the Aug. 6, 2019, primary election.
Same-day registration allows a person to cast a vote in some of the 28 local races.
Check out this handy guide to the Herald’s coverage of local candidates and issues.
Two will move on to the November general election after Tuesday’s primary.
Their top issues include reducing traffic, creating jobs and stopping opioid addiction.
Candidates for city council known for theatrics include newbies, incumbents and a former mayor.
Transparency and student opportunities are key as candidates aspire to make November ballot.
VoteWa folds state’s 39 county systems into one, boosting cybersecurity, election-day registration
Incumbent Todd Welch is up against Mary Dickinson and Carolyn Bennett for a seat on the city council.
The seat was left open after Dave Earling decided not to seek a third term.
For the first time, Mariana Maksimos and Tom Albright will run opposed in school board elections.
They’ve worked in the school district or with it. Now they want to shape the policies that guide it.
A Lake Stevens code regulating sign size based on content is violating a 2015 Supreme Court ruling.
They are talking about teacher layoffs and improving communication between the board and parents.
Mike Nelson said the debt, which was paid off last year, doesn’t disqualify him from office.
Same-day registration will be in place. And the state will be using a new election management system