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Local jurisdictions can say “no” to the pilot program. Voters shouldn’t ban Seattle from saying “yes.”
His draft proposal would help people avoid tickets and impounded vehicles in hopes of breaking the cycle of homelessness.
Oliver now trails by just more than 1,300 votes.
One man’s journey from sweeps to a tiny home.
The vote was unanimous.
The same oil train was blocked in Vancouver and Tenino.
An Oliver victory will rely on an extremely strong showing with very few ballots.
Thousands of Seattleites gathered at Green Lake to commemorate 72 years since the nuclear bomb.
Some property owners are being forced to pay the tax despite not being able to vote on the agency’s most recent project.
But with only about 18,000 votes left to count, the window for overtaking Moon for second place in the mayoral primary is closing fast.
A ruling that has put a Phinney project on ice could have wide repercussions.
Signature issues have caused about 2,000 ballots from Seattle voters to not be counted.
Cary Moon retains second-place position; Oliver running out of time to catch up.
The Issaquah Alps program could lead to transit service to farther-out areas like Mailbox Peak.
“If we’re going to make any progress on climate, it’s going to have to come from the state level and the single most important thing we can do in this state to act on climate is to shut down Colstrip.”
The advisory measures are nonbinding, but the architect of the ballot items says they could change the conversation around future taxation.
‘It’s like, it burns.’
Conventional wisdom says the late voters are the far-left voters. Will that sway the election?
Our predictions about what will be great about the city in 10 years.
Durkan went German, McGinn went Vegan, and second place went way up in the air.