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T. Ryan Durkan has worked on projects ranging from the Convention Center to Sound Transit.
The mayoral candidate’s husband is the lead architect, meaning she’d have to recuse herself from oversight on the two-million-square-foot project.
The governor must defend a huge transportation plan she helped pass. But business, labor, and environmental groups aren't sure there should even be a campaign against anti-gas-tax Initiative 912.
Republicans applaud while Democratic gubernatorial candidates Christine Gregoire and Ron Sims tangle.
Judy Nicastro's bid for Seattle City Council brings together polar opposites.
Voting-rights activist Andy Stephenson, 43, dies.
Republican Dino Rossi ends his 2004 bid for governor by attacking the judiciary.
The state Republican Party has quietly eliminated a huge legal bill from contesting the election of Gov. Christine Gregoire.
IT WAS EASY to like Michael Spearman when he was a crusading lawyer. Now he's a King County Superior Court Judge running for state Supreme… Continue reading
A militant union, 26,000 low-paid workers, and a $23 billion budget collide in Olympia.
Progressive Majority says the left needs to develop a good farm system if it is to take back Congress.
Alec Fisken's victory strengthens support on the Seattle Port Commission
Nick Licata becomes the new Seattle City Council president, and six female finalists for a vacant seat are picked.
RON SIMS, I want you to save human services.Now, I know that you will object to me putting it that bluntly. You'd prefer: King County… Continue reading
Prosecutor Pamela Loginsky challenges Supreme Court Justice Charles Johnson.
MOTHER'S DAY sentiment didn't help Margaret Pageler. Instead of mobilizing the Teen Dance Ordinance's fans Monday, the Seattle City Council member found herself presiding over… Continue reading
E-mails suggest Port of Seattle CEO Mic Dinsmore tried to influence last year's Port Commission election, and two of the five members think he should go.
Democrats have a lot to show for their one-party rule in Olympia, but they've failed to explain to voters why new tax dollars are needed.
Political Food Fight
The Viaduct Killer