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u 2016 Feb. 9 Special Election

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East Valley School District Proposition 1

144
Option Pct
Yes 61.80%
No 38.20%

Great Northern School District Proposition 1

143
Option Pct
Yes 81.50%
No 18.50%

Liberty School District Proposition 1

146
Option Pct
Yes 61.50%
No 38.50%

Orchard Prairie School District Proposition 1

142
Option Pct
Yes 54.20%
No 45.80%

Reardan-Edwall School District

145
Option Pct
Yes 63.10%
No 36.90%

Spokane County Fire District 9 Proposition 1

147
Option Pct
Yes 77.60%
No 22.40%



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Carbon tax initiative headed for Legislature

Supporters of a carbon tax say they have enough signatures to send Initiative 732 to the Legislature next year.


Elway Poll: Trouble for Murray in 2016?

U.S. Sen. Patty Murray has relatively low job approval ratings and less than half of voters surveyed said they’d vote for her right now, The Elway Poll says.


Sunday Spin: Of David and the G-man

One of the most popular images used in politics for candidates who are under-funded or over-matched is David and Goliath. When should it be invoked, and by whom?


2016 ballot continues to expand

Voters may be focused on the 2015 election, but some politicians are already moving on to 2016.


Fraser running for Lt. Gov.

State Sen. Karen Fraser joins the lieutenant governor’s race.


Sunday Spin 2: Changes in Olympia

Also planning a campaign for 2016 is state Sen. Pam Roach, who announced last week she’ll run for a seat opening up on the Pierce County council.


Sunday Spin: Labor Day marks start of current and future election seasons

Labor Day weekend is the point in the calendar when average folks start paying attention to this year’s elections. It’s also the point when political junkies start getting serious about next year’s elections.


Will it be Murray v. Vance in 2016?

Former State GOP Chairman Chris Vance may run for the U.S. Senate next year against Patty Murray, the Seattle Times is reporting.


Rand Paul rally at Doubletree next week

Republican presidential candidate Rand Paul will hold a rally at the Doubletree Hotel at 2:30 p.m., Aug. 26. It’s between events in Seattle and Coeur d’Alene.


Washington presidential primary a “go” for May 24

Washington will hold its presidential primary on May 24, Secretary of State Kim Wyman said Monday. That may be late in the process, and the state’s political parties might not use the results, but the primary will take place.



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