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Two Democrats and three Republicans are running to replace Democratic State Rep. Mark Miloscia, who is running for state auditor.
Over the next three weeks we will take a look at the 30th District candidates for the state House of Representatives.
You wrote a column about the Republicans trying to win the “big three” — governorship, House and Senate. Washington is a Democratic state. What are their chances?
While public attention is focused on the 2012 election, some political movers and shakers are already speculating about the 2013 elections.
This year has been filled with too many fun comments and stories to wait until the end of December to share. Here’s your mid-year political humor.
The attempted recall of Wisconsin Republican Gov. Scott Walker turned neighbor against neighbor, split many households and became one of the most brutal political battles in the country.
As noted in last week’s column discussing the front-runners for several statewide offices, the Democrats appear to be trying to field a full slate of candidates.
There will be a lot of new people in charge of statewide offices in January as several incumbents are retiring or running for other jobs.
The campaigns are now in full swing. There are clues you should watch for when evaluating the scores of candidates running on the ballot for statewide and local office.
The candidates have now officially filed in what may become one of the most important election cycles in years, and there were some surprises.
For Democrats, one of the shining moments of this year’s legislative session was the passage of a law approving same-sex marriage. For some Republicans, the same moment was seen as one of the Legislature’s deepest failures.
The dust hasn’t fully settled from Federal Way City Councilman Jim Ferrell’s announcement that he has changed political parties. But the dust will settle soon, and the reality of the decision will start to sink in.
Over the past year, no local story has generated more questions and public interest than the ongoing saga of Sound Transit’s decision to delay light rail to Federal Way — and City Hall’s subsequent reaction.
Jim Ferrell has been one of the most visible and intriguing public officials in Federal Way for over a decade.
The most frequent mistake made by candidates interested in holding public office is not being prepared to run for office — or not being prepared to take advantage of an opportunity that might arise.
The future of downtown Federal Way, and how to improve it, has been a topic of community interest for more than a decade. We have been teased with many drawings and concepts, but so far, not much action.
The most exciting Federal Way area race this year will be to replace Mark Miloscia in the state House of Representatives.
Next January, when our congressional delegation reconvenes in the other Washington, some introductions are going to be necessary.
Three Senate Democrats voted with Senate Republicans on a procedural motion to pass a budget and send it to the House. This resulted in a stalemate that led to the current special session.
This week, Democratic candidate for governor Jay Inslee finally took his long expected roll of the dice and announced he would resign from Congress on March 20.