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McLaughlin ad pulled off TV

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McLaughlin will challenge Brown

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Brown running, McLaughlin may jump in Tuesday

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This election could be so special

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White enters 3rd District House race

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New districts good, at least for now

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Dellwo challenges Ahern for 6th District seat

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Inslee resigns US House seat to run for governor

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Kootenai County picks Santorum

It was before 10 p.m. when it became clear that Kootenai County’s votes didn’t matter in Tuesday’s Idaho Republican caucus.

Romney takes caucuses handily

Mitt Romney gained a symbolic victory in Washington on Saturday, pulling down the most votes at the state’s Republican precinct caucuses. Symbolic in the sense that he can claim another win heading into this week’s Super Tuesday contests.

Big turnout, little agreement on candidates at GOP caucuses

A couple of decades after voting for independent presidential candidate Ross Perot, Greg Keller regrets the choice. Keller was one of nine participants in his precinct caucus Saturday morning at the Corbin Senior Activity Center, and he was outnumbered by supporters of Ron Paul as he argued politely against the Texas congressman’s candidacy.

Romney wins Washington straw poll

Mitt Romney finished in the straw poll of Republicans attending their precinct caucuses Saturday. Ron Paul and Rick Santorum battled for the number two spot and Newt Gingrich was a distant fourth.

GOP turn out in force for local caucuses

A couple of decades after voting for independent presidential candidate Ross Perot, Greg Keller regrets the choice. Keller was one of nine participants in his precinct caucus Saturday morning at the Corbin Senior Activity Center, and he was outnumbered by supporters of Ron Paul as he argued politely against Paul’s candidacy.

Paul decries government ‘busybodies’

Ron Paul, making a return visit to Spokane in advance of today’s Republican precinct caucuses, showed again Friday that he continues to enjoy strong support across the Inland Northwest. Paul drew about 1,000 people to a rally at the Spokane Convention Center. Two weeks ago at the same place, about 2,300 came to hear him speak.

Extend or end it? GOP voters torn over best route

To hear some weary rank-and-file Republicans tell it, the increasingly bitter fight for the party’s presidential nomination can’t end quickly enough.

Santorum asks Spokane Valley crowd to ‘speak conservatively’

Former U.S. Sen. Rick Santorum appealed to Washingtonians to “reset” the presidential race on Saturday just in time for Super Tuesday.

Washington caucuses last stop before Super Tuesday

The fight to emerge as the Republican challenger to Barack Obama turns next to Washington state — a Democratic bastion known not just for majestic mountain ranges and good coffee, but also for independent-minded voters.

Democrats target Romney

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Santorum campaign hoping for help from Gingrich

Short on money and staff, Rick Santorum needs help to remain a viable threat to front-runner Mitt Romney in the race for the Republican presidential nomination. One strategist hopes it will come from another rival, Newt Gingrich.