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An Everett man and two others contend the Constitution allowed them to put country ahead of party.
With COVID, all filing is online and, for now, campaigning will be a virtual experience for all.
All he and his team can manage is to wish the virus away and tell Americans that things are getting better.
What the coronavirus hasn’t changed is the need for good candidates and for informed voters.
The Snohomish County Council will decide May 13 on a successor to John McCoy, who retired last month.
If Rep. June Robinson is tapped for the vacancy, several people are interested in her House seat.
The GOP candidate for governor says he’s been prevented from conducting Bible studies in his home.
Board members say passage of the measure will help the community recover from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Both men are moderates in a time of disruption. If he wins, can Biden equal some of Bush’s successes?
Anne Anderson and April Berg revved up campaigns this week. Republican Mark James was already in the running.
Sanders saw more move to accept his positions, but Democratic voters chose Biden’s proven record.
Trump and Sanders favor vastly different policies, but they both speak from a populist perspective.
The state senator picks up key endorsement as Congressman Heck considers entering the race
More than 20,000 votes seperated the remaining Democratic candidates after the final tally.
He joins fellow Senate Democrat Steve Hobbs in the contest to succeed Cyrus Habib.
Bernie can spin the primary results all he wants; it doesn’t change the outcome of the voters’ wishes.
If this is to be more than a consolation prize, Biden has to announce and defend his choice soon.
Sanders, if he’s sincere about beating Trump, must remove all doubt about his support for Biden.
Delegates are apportioned based on voting statewide and in each of the 10 congressional districts.
The two Democratic presidential candidates are battling for chance to face President Trump this fall