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At first glance, this race appears to be between a qualified incumbent and an unqualified challenger. Incumbent Michael S. Spearman served as a state judge… Continue reading
As the daughter of Mexican immigrants and a president emeritus of OneAmerica, González has been an important voice in the city’s resistance to President Donald… Continue reading
But make he do a better job this time around.
What you need to know about every race on the ballot.
COMMISSIONER POSITION 1: Ryan Calkins Incumbent John Creighton has a fairly impressive environmental resume, but when Shell barged into Puget Sound with its Arctic drilling… Continue reading
What Moon lacks in bureaucratic experience she makes up for in vision.
DIRECTOR DISTRICT 4: Eden Mack Eden Mack co-founded Washington’s Paramount Duty, which lobbies the state legislature to adequately fund public education per the state Supreme… Continue reading
It could have been better, but this measure is a slam-dunk as is.
We can’t stay quiet on guns, even if those in power do.
We have not yet reached the threshold where violence is the answer, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t one.
His two-month tenure presents a unique opportunity to do the right thing.
When reading the Amazon tea leaves, not all explanations are created equal.
Bad cops shouldn’t get golden parachutes.
Be they natural or political.
People keep bringing cars to Seattle. But that doesn’t mean we should accommodate them.
The proposal forces a much needed conversation about those living in cars in Seattle.
Local jurisdictions can say “no” to the pilot program. Voters shouldn’t ban Seattle from saying “yes.”