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  • GOP Sen. Rand Paul gives Spokane his presidential pitch

    Republican presidential hopeful Rand Paul told a packed room of Spokane supporters on Wednesday he believes the GOP could capture Washington’s electoral votes in 2016, if they supported a candidate …


  • Newhouse wins seat in 4th District

    After the fourth day of ballot counting on Friday, it became certain that Republican Dan Newhouse would be Washington’s newest congressman. Newhouse beat fellow GOP candidate Clint Didier in Washington’s …


  • Didier-Newhouse race a GOP face-off

    Of Washington’s 10 congressional races this year, nine are relatively tame affairs with incumbents holding significant leads in campaign cash and comfortable cushions in the polls. And then there’s Central …


  • Didier drops lawsuit against Newhouse campaign volunteer

    Clint Didier has dropped his lawsuit alleging misuse of state funds by a volunteer for his opponent’s campaign.


  • Didier drops Newhouse from lawsuit alleging campaign violations

    Clint Didier has dropped his claims against the campaign of his opponent, Dan Newhouse, for Washington’s 4th District Congressional seat alleging election violations by volunteer Chris Voigt. Voigt is the …


  • Clock ticking on Didier’s suit against campaign foe

    The clock is ticking on a federal lawsuit filed in Spokane by congressional hopeful Clint Didier against an opponent’s volunteer in Grant County, who leads the Washington State Potato Commission. …


  • McMorris Rodgers will face Pakootas

    Congress may be unpopular, but in Eastern Washington’s 5th Congressional District, five-term incumbent Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers was popular with voters casting ballots in Tuesday’s primary. McMorris Rodgers, a member …


  • Clint Didier joins Washington’s 4th District race

    Clint Didier has joined in the GOP hunt to replace outgoing 4th Congressional District Rep. Doc Hastings. Didier, a Central Washington rancher and former NFL tight end, announced his candidacy …


  • Didier announces run for 4th District seat

    Former NFL tight end and also-ran for Senate seat Clint Didier said Monday he will seek election to Congress in Washington’s 4th District following a retirement announcement from Rep. Doc …


  • Spin Control: So far, Rossi stiff-arming Didier on pledge

    Clint Didier, who placed third in last month’s U.S. Senate primary, released a long letter to supporters last week explaining why he still can’t endorse fellow Republican Dino Rossi, who …


  • Didier wants commitments from Rossi

    Unsuccessful Senate candidate Clint Didier set conditions Friday for endorsing fellow Republican Dino Rossi in the race against incumbent Democrat Patty Murray. Rossi must take strong positions against abortion, taxes …


  • Didier holds off on Rossi endorsement

    Tea party favorite Clint Didier says he won’t endorse fellow Republican Dino Rossi in the Senate race against Patty Murray unless Rossi agrees to take strong positions against abortion, taxes …


  • Election results offer up valuable lessons

    Thousands of votes are still to be counted from Tuesday’s primary, but along with most races, some lessons are clear.


  • Election roundup: Murray, Rossi tie on the gloves

    Sen. Patty Murray will face Dino Rossi in the November general election, continuing the fight for a U.S. Senate seat that started even before the Republican former legislator got into …


  • U.S. Senate

    To allow readers to compare and contrast the main candidates for the U.S. Senate on several issues, The Spokesman-Review asked the three main Republican challengers and the incumbent Democrat the …


  • Strategies vary in Murray challenge

    The summary of the Aug. 17 primary in Washington’s U.S. Senate race can be viewed as: A. Incumbent Democrat Patty Murray against a field of 14 challengers, one of whom …


  • U.S. Senate candidates, issues

    To allow readers to compare and contrast the main candidates for the U.S. Senate on several issues, The Spokesman-Review asked the three main Republican challengers and the incumbent Democrat the …


  • Senate run reasoning ranges from pot to God

    For sheer variety, it’s hard to beat this year’s U.S. Senate race. And I’m not talking about the candidates you’ve likely heard of. There’s a doctor, a lawyer, a physicist, …


  • Candidates must file for office by end of week

    For Washington state candidates, it’s put up or shut up time. Starting Monday morning, they have five days to file paperwork and pay the fee necessary to run for one …


  • GOP Senate field still wide

    Dino Rossi’s long-expected entrance into the U.S. Senate race did not prompt a mass exodus by other Republican candidates Wednesday. Several said they welcomed competition with the former state senator …


  • Rossi’s still mulling Senate

    SEATTLE – Dino Rossi tiptoed up to the starting line for a run for the U.S. Senate Friday evening, telling a crowd of fellow Republicans the nation was at a …


  • GOP Senate candidate gets farm aid

    SEATTLE – Washington GOP Senate hopeful Clint Didier is campaigning against big government, but he has taken government aid for his farm near Pasco. The Seattle Times reports he has …

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