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Voters will benefit far more by retaining Democratic incumbent.
Morris working hard to make this a competitive race.
One city has shown the courage to stand up and start the discussion.
Rather than aim at the business, why not tailor our approach to their employees?
It is late summer, and insiders and activists spend much time on political speculation waiting for November.
After his big victory in last year’s mayoral election and with a four-year term in front of him, Federal Way Mayor Jim Ferrell may have… Continue reading
Trouble may lay ahead for Democratic incumbent Congressman Adam Smith in the 9th District.
Four seats will be up for election next year and there is much speculation about who will run.
Had Federal Way City Attorney Ryan Call asked more questions regarding ethics board member Tony Pagliocco’s relationship with Federal Way City Councilman Martin Moore, he would have learned a couple of things.
An unusual incident of rudeness by a council member becomes a bigger question about transparency.
Senate seat currently held by Mark Miloscia is a must-win election for both political parties.
On June 16 at the Flag Day celebration, Federal Way Mayor Jim Ferrell announced that the name of South 320th Street would be changed to… Continue reading
Like the rest of us, politicians always have something to say. After Mayor Jim Ferrell mentioned at a Federal Way City Council meeting that he… Continue reading
It started with Muslims. Now separating children from their parents, and babies from their mothers? This can’t be us! This can’t be who we are.… Continue reading
When the calendar turned to 2018 it marked a significant change on the City Council with Hoang Tran and Jesse Johnson coming on board replacing… Continue reading
If you were on the Federal Way City Council and had a vote this fall in the 2019-20 city budget, what would be your primary… Continue reading
On the heels of an unpopular vote to increase the utility tax, the City Council had its first public discussion on the 2019-20 budget last… Continue reading
Surprise filings from Hutchison and Kochmar
It was only 93 days between Parkland, Florida, and Santa Fe, Texas. Another school shooting and 10 more people including eight children are dead, and… Continue reading
It’s filing week and time to get serious about legislative elections. Who wins this fall will be determined by who bothers to vote. In an… Continue reading