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Looking for info on Washington primary? Check Election Center

With a week to go before Washington primary election ballots are due, The Spokesman-Review’s Election Center is online to help voters sort through the long list of candidates seeking their support.

Whether it’s the 17 candidates running for U.S. Senate, the 11 running for Washington governor or the five running for Eastern Washington’s congressional seat, voters have varied and possibly confusing choices to make before sending in their ballots.

Election Center offers past coverage of state and local races, comparisons of answers on key issues from candidates in top races, and a roundup of the paper’s editorial endorsements. To get to Election Center, go to the paper’s main website, www.spokesman.com, and click on the WA primary election link near the top of the page.


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