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Obama in Seattle this week to raise money for Inslee

President Barack Obama will be the featured speaker at a Seattle campaign event for Gov. Jay Inslee this Friday.

Obama to attend Inslee fundraiser

President Barack Obama will speak at a fundraiser for Gov. Jay Inslee’s re-election campaign Friday in Seattle.

Office of Washington lieutenant governor attracts high interest

Current Lt. Gov. Brad Owen has held the post since 1997. He announced his retirement earlier this year, sparking a rare rush of candidates for the office. Eleven candidates have filed for the position.

Spin Control: State Democrats may use presidential primary in 2020

After decades of selecting presidential nominees through the precinct caucuses, Democrats may switch to a primary.

Inslee, Bryant agree to Spokane debate

Gubernatorial debate scheduled for Aug. 17 in Spokane.

State convention for Washington Democrats convenes Friday

State Democrats will convene for their state convention this weekend to finish electing delegates to the national convention and to pass a party platform.

Gubernatorial debate between Inslee, Bryant set for August

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee and his Republican challenger, Bill Bryant, will face off in their first debate in August.

Crowded field for Washington schools chief race

There’s a crowded field of candidates vying to be Washington’s next superintendent of public instruction, but the three top candidates all bring something new to the contest.

WA Prez Primary: 35 percent turnout, Dem ballots topped GOP

OLYMPIA – The final official tally of Washington’s presidential primary: a record 1.42 million voters, or about 35 percent of those registered, cast ballots in a race where the Republican nomination was settled and the Democratic nomination wouldn’t be affected. That’s a record for a…

Mapping the vote: Red v. Blue in Spokane County

Data from the presidential primary gives a clear view of Spokane and the state’s the partisan split.

Spin Control: If other candidates stayed in the hunt, would Trump have won the primary?

Post-election analysis is a good time for “what ifs” and last Tuesday’s presidential primary was no exception. Like, what if Ted Cruz and John Kasich had not dropped out of the race just as the primary ballots went in the mail? Donald Trump may have come out on top, but maybe not so much as to collect all the Republican delegates to the national convention.

Sunday Spin: Playing ‘what if’ on the presidential primary

Would the primary results have been different if Ted Cruz and John Kasich hadn’t bailed?

Primary breakdown for Trump, rest of GOP field

Congressional district breakdowns for the presidential primary show who’s on second with Trump on first.

How did Clinton win the primary but lose the caucuses?

Hillary Clinton’s victory in the presidential primary was a big switch from her showing in the precinct caucuses.

Will Clinton’s primary victory count for much?

Hillary Clinton’s victory in the presidential primary was a big switch from her showing in the precinct caucuses.

Washington governor, U.S. Senate races draw heavy interest

Some statewide races drew a large crowd of candidates.

Voting in Washington presidential primary ends Tuesday

The deadline for getting the presidential primary ballot in is 8 p.m. Tuesday.

Final list of candidates in the August primary

All the candidates who filed last week.

Doug Clark: Trump, Clinton, Sanders? Take the nausea quiz

Tuesday 8 p.m. is the final moment to effectively participate in Washington’s primary election although I’d rather eat a bowl of live spiders rather than cast my ballot. Not that there’s anything wrong with that.

Tuesday is Washington’s now-quiet presidential primary

Tuesday is the deadline for marking your ballot to vote in Washington’s presidential primary.