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Elections

Stanford appointed 1st Legislative District senator

Derek Stanford was unanimously appointed state senator for the 1st Legislative District this morning at a joint meeting of the King and Snohomish County councils...Read More

Rep. Drew Hansen opens exploratory committee for Attorney General

Representative Drew Hansen announced his plans to form an exploratory committee to run for Washington State Attorney General....Read More

Inslee’s campaign: The focus, the debates, & the problem

The 2020 Democratic primary race is kicking into high gear with the first debates just around the corner. With that in mind, here’s an update...Read More

Wyble: Could Jay Inslee be President?

Could Governor Jay Inslee be the next President of the United States? I hear some skepticism, because our Washington is a long way from the...Read More

Minnick: Democrats winning battles, losing war

Commentary by "From the Right" columnist Chad Minnick....Read More

Washington Legislature votes to move presidential primary

A bill to move Washington’s presidential primary vote to the second Tuesday in March passed through both chambers of the Legislature. Now, it requires only...Read More

Learning from Inslee’s presidential campaign launch video

Takeaways from Jay Inslee's video announcing his presidential campaign...Read More

Bills would require presidential candidates to release tax returns

The House State Government & Tribal Relations Committee heard public testimony last week on a bill that would require presidential hopefuls to publicly release a...Read More

Comparing 1965 with 2012: Lessons on redistricting

During our interview with Slade Gorton, and in his biography by John C. Hughes, Gorton said that one of his goals in the 1965 redistricting...Read More

Redistricting: Tracking state elections and legislative composition

The 2018 “blue wave” midterms saw increased Democratic representation in many state legislatures, including Washington State’s. Put in a broader context, though, some gains for...Read More