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  • North Idaho College Board of Trustees races

    Four people are running for two positions on the North Idaho College board of trustees.

  • Idaho House District 4B race

    An open legislative seat is up for grabs in Coeur d’Alene, with the retirement of four-term Rep. George Sayler, D-Coeur d’Alene; Democrat Paula Marano and Republican Kathy Sims are facing …

  • Idaho House District 5A race

    Rep. Bob Nonini, R-Coeur d’Alene, is the chairman of the House Education Committee, and he’s been in the thick of the debate over this year’s unprecedented cuts in public school …

  • 2010 Kootenai County coroner race

    The race for a four-year term as county coroner pits the 26-year chief deputy coroner against a six-year deputy coroner, who has worked on a contract basis.

  • Idaho House District 2B race

    Rep. Dick Harwood, R-St. Maries, is among the Legislature’s most conservative voices, pushing legislation to tell the federal government to “back off” and to assert that the federal government can’t …

  • Idaho House District 3B race

    Idaho state Rep. Phil Hart, R-Athol, was unopposed in his bid for a fourth term until Hayden businessman Howard Griffiths, angered by Hart’s continuing tax problems, filed to run against …

  • Idaho House District 4A race

    Mike Bullard was pastor at First Presbyterian Church in Coeur d’Alene until he retired in 2009 after 35 years at the pulpit. Now he’s running for political office, challenging three-term …

  • Idaho Senate, District 4 race

    Coeur d’Alene Sen. John Goedde is the chairman of the Senate Education Committee, and in his bid this year for a fourth term in the Senate, the Republican has drawn …

  • Other statewide Idaho races

    Other statewide races in Idaho.

  • Idaho 1st congressional race

    Freshman Democratic Rep. Walt Minnick is being challenged this year by state representative Raul Labrador, R-Eagle, and two others, in one of Idaho’s most-watched election contests.

  • Idaho governor’s race

    Idaho Gov. Butch Otter is seeking a second term in office at a time when the state is facing historic budget cuts and high unemployment, and after he’s failed twice …

  • Spokane County District Court, Position 6 race

    Local defense attorney Timothy S. Note is challenging one-term incumbent Judge Debra R. Hayes in the District Court’s only contested race this year. The challenger’s campaign has raised questions about …

  • Spokane County treasurer’s race

    Treasurer Skip Chilberg and challenger Rob Chase are in a race that started as a walk.

  • Washington Supreme Court, Position 6 race

    Incumbent Justice Richard Sanders beat Bainbridge Island attorney Charlie Wiggins in a three-way primary election. As the top two vote-getters, both candidates advanced to the Nov. 2 general election because …

  • Spokane County auditor race

    Vicky Dalton, seeking a fourth four-year term as auditor, is challenged by Realtor Leonard Christian.

  • Spokane County Commission, Position 3

    Spokane County Commissioner Bonnie Mager and her re-election challenger, former Spokane City Councilman Al French, seem to have mixed up their political party playbooks.

  • Spokane County assessor race

    Incumbent Ralph Baker faces a challenge from one of his own appraisers, Vicki Horton, who accuses him of mismanagement.

  • Uncontested positions

    Several candidates, mostly incumbents, are running uncontested in Washington and Idaho this year.

  • Spokane County prosecutor race

    The shooting of a pastor in Spokane Valley has dominated the discussion of the race for Spokane County prosecutor after incumbent Steve Tucker survived a challenge by two other Republicans …

  • Washington Legislature, District 6, Senate

    Even in the primary – when both candidates for the 6th Legislative Senate seat were guaranteed to move to the November election – the race between Chris Marr and Michael …

  • Washington Legislature, District 6, House Position 2

    It’s round two in the matchup between Democrat John Driscoll and Republican John Ahern.

  • Idaho U.S. Senate race

    Idaho Sen. Mike Crapo is seeking a third term in the U.S. Senate, after making history six years ago by running unopposed for his second term, drawing only a write-in …

  • Washington Legislature, District 7, Senate

    State Sen. Bob Morton, a 16-year incumbent, faces Democrat Barbara Mowrey, a former Chewelah councilwoman who believes he and other legislators aren’t doing enough to ensure the rights of grandparents …

  • Washington Legislature, District 3, House Position 2

    Republican Morgan Oyler has a tough challenge. The county GOP has declined to back him and Democratic incumbent state Rep. Timm Ormsby had a strong showing in the primary, winning …

  • Washington Legislature, District 3, House Position 1

    Although the district leans Democratic, it was a Republican who topped the August primary for the seat that will soon be vacated by retiring state Rep. Alex Wood, D-Spokane.

  • Washington Legislature, District 9, House Position 2

    Solidly Republican, this district has no Democrats on the legislative ballot, although Rep. Joe Schmick, of Colfax, faces an intraparty challenge from Glen Stockwell, who has run unsuccessfully under the …

  • Obamas plan West Side trips for Murray campaign

    President Barack Obama will return to Washington next week to campaign for Sen. Patty Murray’s re-election. The two will appear in Seattle at a rally at the University of Washington’s …

  • Washington ballot measures: Tax policy

    Washington voters have a near record number of initiatives on this fall’s ballot, giving them choices on raising taxes, paying taxes, buying liquor and providing for workers’ industrial insurance. Here’s …

  • Washington ballot measures: State government changes

    Washington voters have a near record number of initiatives on this fall’s ballot, giving them choices on raising taxes, paying taxes, buying liquor and providing for workers’ industrial insurance. Here’s …

  • City of Spokane: Proposition 1

    Backers of the proposed Children’s Investment Fund want to attack Spokane’s dismal 29 percent high school dropout rate with a series of programs designed to promote early childhood education and …