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Four Democrats and one Republican are looking to take the seat Rep. Norma Smith held for 12 years.
Four candidates want to represent District 1 on the Snohomish County Public Utility District board.
After being named to vacant seats, June Robinson and Emily Wicks will be tested in the Aug. 4 vote.
Make sure your vote counts by returning or mailing your ballot before Aug. 4
The Herald Editorial Board wraps up its primary endorsements for the state Legislature.
Democrats Anne Anderson and April Berg, and Republican Mark James, are vying to serve the 44th District.
The Herald endorses: Sid Logan has the experience needed to balance ratepayers’ diverse concerns.
The Herald endorses: Following appointments, both have the experience to serve constituents well.
The measure replaces schools and adds classrooms. Foes say it’s too pricy and won’t ease overcrowding.
Everett is seeking upgrades at nearly all schools. Levies are sought in Darrington and Lakewood.
Appointed in April, Mead has shown leadership and the ability to work with the rest of the council.
Voters will winnow the field for local, state and federal offices. School bonds, levies on tap too.
The past experience and effectiveness of both lawmakers warrants their reelections.
The Everett Schools bond will help fund career programs in health care and more to serve growing needs.
The Herald endorses: Suzanne Woodard and Dave Paul for the ‘purple’ multi-county legislative district.
Carter turned the selection of a running mate into a campaign event, then went with a safe bet.
The initiative-promoter turned GOP candidate was told references to the governor weren’t allowed.
The initiative-promoter turned GOP candidate was informed his references to the governor aren’t allowed.
Referendum 90 would let voters decide fate of controversial legislation signed by governor in March.
Opponents are confident they have enough signatures to put a referendum on the November ballot.