Primary ballots going out by mail this week.
Ferry County primary voters will have postage on the envelopes to mail their ballots.
Ferry County auditor says primary ballots won’t have postage paid, as a way to save money.
Republicans and Democrats from Idaho and Washington say their view of Vladimir Putin and Russian activities unchanged.
Television advertisements and campaign mailers are already finding their way to Eastern Washington voters from the two presumptive candidates for the region’s seat in Congress. What’s true, and what isn’t, about the claims in these ads?
A wide array of personalities and philosophies want Washington to send them to the U.S. Senate.
This year, four enormous sugar-water companies – the makers of Coke, Pepsi, Dr Pepper, and Red Bull – have spent almost $5 million to prohibitively outlaw any future taxes on their products.
Washington has taxed groceries in the past.
Cathy McMorris Rodgers and Lisa Brown both report big gains in campaign dollars.
As the state removes agency fees for nonunion workers, Republican legislators call for changes on union dues.
Supporters of an anti-tax initiative say they fear a local tax on food would hurt working families, even though they concede that no city or county in Washington has such a tax.
The initiatives likely to make the ballot are a small sample of those that won’t.
Three initiatives submit far more signatures than they need to qualify for the ballot, but Secretary of State Kim Wyman says one proposal’s petitions raise legal concerns.
Voters likely to be asked whether to prevent new local taxes on soda and other groceries.
Supporters of gun control initiative turn in more than 267,000 signatures.
An effort to get the Washington Supreme Court to block a proposed gun-control initiative was dismissed.
State launches a department centered around children and families.
Supporters of an initiative to impose a fee on fossil fuels turn in signatures.
Washington Supreme Court to decide whether an initiative on the police use of deadly force must go on the November ballot by itself, with an alternative version, or not at all.
U.S. Supreme Court upholds latest version of President Trump’s travel ban.
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