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McMorris Rodgers criticizes, but doesn’t disavow, Trump

The highest-ranking Republican woman in the House of Representatives said at a campaign kickoff event Thursday that Americans were in “uncharted territory” in this presidential election but refrained from taking a stance on the candidacy of Donald Trump.

Sanders trounces Clinton in Washington caucuses, captures Spokane County

Democrats in Spokane County and much of Washington appear to favor Bernie Sanders for president. Social media reports indicate strong support for Sanders at many of today’s caucus locations, including in Spokane County. State party leaders have not released statewide results.

How the Democratic caucuses work in Washington, Idaho

Local Democratic voters get a chance to weigh in on the race for the presidency, as both Idaho and Washington will hold caucuses this week. Idaho’s Democratic caucuses are on Tuesday and will be held in each of the state’s 44 counties. Washington Democrats will caucus next Saturday.

Bill Clinton will campaign for Hillary Clinton in Spokane on Monday

Hillary Clinton’s campaign for president has announced that President Bill Clinton will campaign for his wife in Spokane on Monday. Details were not immediately released.

‘Absentee’ caucus forms for Washington due by Friday

Not everyone has Saturdays free, for various reasons, but Washington state supporters of Hillary Clinton or Bernie Sanders can rest easy knowing they can still cast a vote even if they can’t attend the March 26 caucuses.

Election officials names won’t be on election mail

The Senate gave final approval to a bill that keeps the names of elections officials off ballot envelopes and other official mail when they’re up for re-election.

Spokane voters will consider EMS tax in April

Voters will consider renewing a long-running emergency medical services levy in April, after the Spokane City Council unanimously approved putting it on the ballot Monday night. The levy generates about $8 million annually for the fire department, which has an annual overall budget of nearly $50 million.

Nancy McLaughlin chosen as new Spokane County commissioner

Former Spokane City Councilwoman Nancy McLaughlin was chosen Monday to replace outgoing Spokane County Commissioner Todd Mielke.

At Spokane County GOP caucus, voting but no debate

The Spokane County republicans had their caucus Saturday, but they didn’t debate a platform or argue in favor of their favorite presidential candidate. A new state law enacted since the last presidential election meant they just voted to elect delegates to attend the Spokane County convention on April 9.

Spokane City Council to consider asking voters for fire levy on April ballot

The Spokane City Council on Monday will consider putting the renewal of a long-running emergency medical services levy on the April ballot.

Spokane County Commissioners to interview potential Mielke replacements Monday

The three candidates vying to replace Todd Mielke on the Spokane County Commission will field questions from Mielke’s former colleagues Monday morning.

Spokane County GOP prepares for Saturday caucus

The Spokane County Republican Party will kick off the local presidential selection process Saturday with a non-binding caucus that will decide the delegates traveling to the state convention in May.

Spokane County school, fire tax proposals mostly passing

Tuesday’s special election asked taxpayers to approve a number of bonds and levies for Spokane County schools and fire districts.

Spokane GOP picks McLaughlin, Kerns and Baxter to replace Mielke

Todd Mielke’s seat on the Spokane County Commission will go to either two political veterans or an up-and-comer with wide support among state legislators.

Fire district tries bond again after ballot printing error

A Stevens County Fire District 1 bond issue is back on the ballot this month after it was discovered missing from the ballots of dozens of residents in November.

Fire district tries bond again after ballot printing error

A Stevens County Fire District 1 bond issue is back on the ballot this month after it was discovered missing from the ballots of dozens of residents in November.

Kay drops out of Congressional race, supports Pakootas

David Kay, 59, announced Thursday he was dropping his bid as a Democrat for U.S. Congress and throwing his support behind Joe Pakootas.

Election Compass: New international effort to track voter trends

Online voter survey will try to track political trends in the presidential election

Washington voters have complex route to choosing presidential candidates

Washington has a complicated and sometimes confusing system for nominating a president that differs between the two parties.

Orchard Prairie School District looking to expand beyond four classrooms

The Orchard Prairie School District, along with a number of other small school districts, are asking voters for money in a special election on Feb. 9.