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u 2015 Nov. 3 Washington General Election

Top races to watch

*Green represents leader

Mayor

833
Candidate Pct
David Condon 62.65%
Shar Lichty (D) 37.35%

School Board, Position 3

832
Candidate Pct
Rocky Treppiedi 50.44%
Jerrall J. Haynes (N) 49.56%

Top measures to watch

Spokane Proposition 1

132
Option Pct
No 62.01%
Yes 37.99%

Initiative 1366

130
Option Pct
Yes 54.02%
No 45.98%

Spokane County Proposition 1

127
Option Pct
No 54.10%
Yes 45.90%


Latest news

Trump-less GOP debate drew 12.5 million viewers

The seventh Republican presidential debate – and the first one without Donald Trump – has reached 12.5 million viewers.


22 Clinton emails were top secret, government says

The Obama administration confirmed for the first time Friday that Hillary Clinton’s unsecured home server contained some of the U.S. government’s most closely guarded secrets, censoring 22 emails with material demanding one of the highest levels of classification.


Is Clinton marriage a rehash or relevant? Voters seem split

Like it or not, the long-running drama of Hillary Clinton’s marriage – her husband’s infidelity and how she dealt with it – is back as a subtext in this year’s presidential race.


Debate fact check: GOP claims on carpet bombs, Kurds and economy

Republican presidential contenders let fly with some inaccuracies when they badmouthed the Obama administration on health care, military readiness and pay for construction workers in their latest debate.


GOP candidates fill the void left by Trump’s boycott

A debate without Donald Trump offered his rivals a chance to escape his long shadow Thursday, resulting in sharp exchanges among Republicans hoping to survive the winnowing of the presidential field that will begin Monday’s in Iowa.


Privacy at risk in hunt for data on voters

When presidential candidates turn to data crunchers at Rocket Fuel in Silicon Valley for help finding voters who want tougher immigration enforcement, the firm comes up with a surprisingly specific answer: Chevy truck drivers who like Starbucks.


Sarah Palin’s oldest son arrested in domestic violence case

The oldest son of former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin was arrested in a domestic violence case in which his girlfriend was afraid he would shoot himself with an AR-15 assault rifle, according to court documents filed Tuesday.


Washington lawmakers weigh in on Obama gun actions

Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers was cautious in her remarks about President Barack Obama’s gun control measures, while Sens. Maria Cantwell and Patty Murray applauded the actions.


Lawmakers hope for calm after the storm on Capitol Hill

With a new speaker in the House and a major budget-and-debt deal completed, lawmakers hope they are entering a welcome period of calm – even boredom – on Capitol Hill.


Editorial: Endorsement: Retain Wick on Spokane Valley council

City needs his perspective on transportation, especially Bridging the Valley effort



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Latest news

Trump-less GOP debate drew 12.5 million viewers

The seventh Republican presidential debate – and the first one without Donald Trump – has reached 12.5 million viewers.


22 Clinton emails were top secret, government says

The Obama administration confirmed for the first time Friday that Hillary Clinton’s unsecured home server contained some of the U.S. government’s most closely guarded secrets, censoring 22 emails with material demanding one of the highest levels of classification.


Is Clinton marriage a rehash or relevant? Voters seem split

Like it or not, the long-running drama of Hillary Clinton’s marriage – her husband’s infidelity and how she dealt with it – is back as a subtext in this year’s presidential race.


Debate fact check: GOP claims on carpet bombs, Kurds and economy

Republican presidential contenders let fly with some inaccuracies when they badmouthed the Obama administration on health care, military readiness and pay for construction workers in their latest debate.


GOP candidates fill the void left by Trump’s boycott

A debate without Donald Trump offered his rivals a chance to escape his long shadow Thursday, resulting in sharp exchanges among Republicans hoping to survive the winnowing of the presidential field that will begin Monday’s in Iowa.


Privacy at risk in hunt for data on voters

When presidential candidates turn to data crunchers at Rocket Fuel in Silicon Valley for help finding voters who want tougher immigration enforcement, the firm comes up with a surprisingly specific answer: Chevy truck drivers who like Starbucks.


Sarah Palin’s oldest son arrested in domestic violence case

The oldest son of former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin was arrested in a domestic violence case in which his girlfriend was afraid he would shoot himself with an AR-15 assault rifle, according to court documents filed Tuesday.


Washington lawmakers weigh in on Obama gun actions

Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers was cautious in her remarks about President Barack Obama’s gun control measures, while Sens. Maria Cantwell and Patty Murray applauded the actions.


Lawmakers hope for calm after the storm on Capitol Hill

With a new speaker in the House and a major budget-and-debt deal completed, lawmakers hope they are entering a welcome period of calm – even boredom – on Capitol Hill.


Editorial: Endorsement: Retain Wick on Spokane Valley council

City needs his perspective on transportation, especially Bridging the Valley effort