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About 200 turned out for a rally at a park-and-ride in Everett, which was followed by a parade of vehicles.
Three of four ballots were returned via a drop box in the presidential election, up almost 44% from 2016.
Cascade High School teachers wanted students to see first-hand America’s system of choosing the president.
Jack Arends of Everett doesn’t know how long his heart will last, but he was determined to fulfill his duty.
The votes were cast were part of Electoral College meetings in all 50 states and the District of Columbia.
Ballots cast for president, governor and a House seat in one neighborhood will be tallied again.
A switch made by key states to provide a paper-ballot record eliminated a hacking weakness.
Joe Biden will receive the state’s 12 electoral votes at the Electoral College on Dec. 14.
It’s not that progressives ought to sit down and shut up. But they do need to choose their battles.
We can wear down belief in Trump’s fictions by starting with the facts on which we all agree.
Generations X and Z, and Millennials, showed up and increased their share of votes compared to 2016.
Trump can’t keep the presidency, but there’s much he can do to make things difficult for Biden.
In spite of the pandemic, more voters cast ballots in Snohomish County than in any prior election.
Lincoln, trying to balance disparate voices, compared himself to a famed tightrope walker of his day.
Elliot Richardson resigned rather than fire a special prosecutor. His courage didn’t register with his party.
About 60 percent of donations will go toward paying down his campaign debt; the rest to the RNC.
The contest in the 10th District emerged as one of the year’s most expensive electoral battles
It’s typical for some voters to suspect fraud, but it’s potentially damaging for officials to foster those fears.
The news media needs to avoid the ‘both sides’ approach when reporting baseless allegations of voter fraud.
Trump again breaks a norm by not recognizing the election results and allowing a transition to proceed.