Wednesday, February 28, 2024
Senators are under fire, a sex-ed law is under attack and a non-partisan race has gotten very partisan.
The latest turnout statistics, how to vote, how to track your ballot, key dates, links to more info.
Officials say Washington voter turnout could reach 90% in this supercharged presidential election.
It could limit the more ambitious plans of Democrats and encourage more bipartisan action.
Contributions are flowing into electoral battles from Arizona to Maine, Kentucky to South Carolina.
County donors poured more than $2 million into the contest. Contributions ranged from $1 to $50,000.
A look at mail delays, concerns about the election and what the future holds for the U.S. Postal Service.
Regardless of how Americans vote, every vote counts and every vote must be counted.
There is a difference between being sympathetic to women’s issues and having lived through them.
Kavanaugh remains a conservative, but moderation could allow him greater say in the outcome of cases.
Democrat April Berg and Republican Mark James are dueling in the 44th, a political swing district.
Voters will know clearly their views on new taxes, sex ed law, pandemic response and police reform.
In the 39th District, Democrats challenge incumbent Republicans in a historically red district.
Superintendent of Public Instruction Chris Reykdal had claimed his challenger, Maia Espinoza, defamed him.
Weird laws and other fun facts about voting.
Secretary of State Kim Wyman said there have not been any breaches of the state’s election system so far.
Incumbent Sidney Logan faces former Marysville City Council member Rob Toyer for the District 1 seat.
That increased transparency is encouraging, but there still are concerns about partisan influence.
Democrat Angie Homola and Republican Greg Gilday are vying for the 10th District’s position 2 seat.
Red, blue and other voters share their reasons for who should lead the nation the next four years.