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A conservative electorate, a tug of war in Mukilteo and other takeaways from Election Night
There’s no cost to voting but millions of dollars are getting spent to influence how ballots are cast
Pass or fail, Initiative 976 is a reminder of what critics most dislike about the regional agency.
Right now, most incumbents for Washington’s executive offices are not facing tough re-election fights.
They want Jay Inslee to halt his planned $175 million reallocation of state transportation dollars.
As backers of I-1000 gear up, a legal spat involving others is casting a shadow on their efforts.
The GOP wants a Democratic senator held to account for accusations which an investigation found to be false.
The governor skipped a meeting about tax breaks he said Boeing squeezed out of the state.
Cutting a confederate flag off a pickup and verbal attacks fueled a state committeeman’s suspension.
Inslee knew vetoing a single sentence was unusual. A court may be asked to decide if it was legal.
Results of a private investigation could put the fate of GOP lawmaker in front of the House in 2020.
There will be 12 on the ballot. There would be none had Democratic lawmakers passed one bill.
And a new law allowing folks to register and vote on Election Day didn’t get a ton of takers.
After getting signatures for a measure that didn’t qualify, Restore Washington wants to do its own.
They don’t think VoteWA is ready for prime time but are confident primary results will be accurate
They passed 51 bills to bring in more money. Democrats pushed major tax hikes past a resistant GOP.
Four women are vying to become the next House speaker. The Democratic caucus will decide in July.
Rep. Stanford seems a shoo-in for the appointment. There’s a drama brewing for his job in the House.
Three potential candidates are mum for now as the governor vies for president and ponders a third term.
His successor could be the vote leaders need. But with elections in 2020, tax may be off the table.