The Lakewood and Stanwood-Camano districts are seeking voter approval for capital projects and technology needs.
After-school activities and dozens of jobs could be on the chopping block. Voters will decide April 26.
Granite Falls, Marysville, Stanwood and Sultan all suffered levy defeats in February. They’ll try again April 26.
Thousands of eligible voters are in jails. Washington counties are looking at ways to get more of them to vote.
With Reps. Emily Wicks and Mike Sells leaving at end of the year, GOP looks to make gains in Democrat stronghold
Granite Falls, Marysville, Stanwood and Sultan all suffered levy defeats in this month’s special election. They’ll try again in April.
The Redistricting Commission’s secret negotiations over maps violated the open meeting law, according to a consent decree.
After Wednesday’s election update, a capital projects levy was still failing in the Stanwood-Camano School District, but support had grown.
Barring a successful legal challenge, the legislative and congressional boundaries will be in place for this year’s elections and beyond.
The early count shows Coupeville and South Whidbey levies are passing.
A dozen districts sought passage of four-year property tax levies that pay for staff and programs not covered by the state.
Thirteen local school districts are proposing levies to pay for education programs and capital improvements.
It would be a crime for elected officials or candidates to lie about election outcomes if those claims result in violence.
Levies to pay for staff, programs, computers and capital projects are on the Feb. 8 ballot across Snohomish County.
Low won re-election in November. He’ll take on Sutherland, a two-term incumbent, in a revamped 39th District
Plaintiffs argued the political maps should be tossed because the people who drew them up met in secret.
The choice of John Lovick was no surprise, but the County Council’s appointment of Brandy Donaghy was not unanimous.
After Legislative District 44 Democrats nominated him, his House seat opened for party jockeying.
Many Snohomish County voters are now a big step closer to having new representation in the state Legislature.
Sen. Keith Wagoner will challenge Democrat Steve Hobbs, who was appointed to the statewide post in November