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Nationally few things were predictable. Locally, few things weren’t.
Progressives want Tina Podlodowski, not Jaxon Ravens, to lead the state party.
They are part of a longshot effort to deny Trump the presidency.
Here’s what to watch for.
The decision by Our Washington to pull its cash out of the governor’s race pretty clearly indicates its confidence of an Inslee victory.
Democrats, on the other hand, are all with her.
His office was found liable in the destruction of documents that may have helped Oso victims prove their case against the state.
The tricky math of Sound Transit politics.
The party hasn’t spent any money on their standard-bearer since the primary.
Inslee joked about abuse in the classroom when touting pay raises for teachers.
“I just felt, ‘Well, screw it. If I believe it, I should propose it.’”
Competitive wages are vital for good teachers. But who are districts competing with?
It’s not simply that his supporters can’t stand Hillary Clinton. Those inside the Xfinity Arena really like Donald Trump. They are drawn to him. They aren’t going to abandon him.
He’ll also hold a fundraiser in Bellevue.
The federal government may soon impose far stricter regulations on how much arsenic and mercury can be in our state’s waters.
Meanwhile, pro-ballot supporters say the Orlando attack was not a hate crime.
GOP lawmakers hope an obscure committee can repeal state rules protecting transgender access to the bathroom of their choice.
On Sunday, at Heatherwood Middle School in Mill Creek, they made their presence felt at the convention of the Snohomish County Democratic Party, turning a usually bland affair of process and pep rally into a rowdy rebuke of three of the party’s torchbearers in Congress.
The governor and machinist union are sounding much more open to the idea of tying Boeing’s tax breaks to job numbers.