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The council stalwart won’t run for re-election next year, almost assuring another leftward shift at City Hall.
The prospect of an Attorney General Jeff Sessions poses particular risks to Seattle.
Banding together on important issues is vital to opposing a destructive agenda. Here are the local groups you can connect with to make it happen.
We must fight Trump. But we must also fight the two-party system that delivered him to power.
Who said the only thing to fear is fear itself?
This measure is advertised as a way to protect seniors from fraud. But it’s really about labor politics.
The measure would take Seattle’s novel publicly financed election model statewide.
The current state representative has the right style and vision to lead in a post-McCleary Washington.
But before you fill out your ballot, take a moment to appreciate her Republican opponent.
His first term has not been pretty, but the alternative is worse.
She has the hands-on experience to take on the district’s biggest challenges.
Now more than ever, Washington, D.C., needs her leadership.
The initiative delivers much needed regulations to a grueling job.
This is common sense gun legislation that constitutional scholars say stands up to scrutiny.
No piece of legislation is perfect, but this measure would be a huge first step toward finally grappling with global warming.
Proposition 1 is a big bite, but it’s a necessary one.
The minimum wage should better reflect the cost-of-living in Washington.
Our take on the 12 most important items on this year’s ballot—aside from, well, you know.
Republicans must confront the extremism that now dominates the party.
Republicans seem to be trying out a new way to avoid addressing global warming. Let’s make sure it fails.