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MOXEE, Wash. – On Friday night, just four days before Washington’s primary election, Loren Culp stood in the middle of a restaurant in this Yakima suburb and told his supporters exactly what they wanted to hear.
In Central Washington’s 4th district, Dan Newhouse’s re-election hopes rest on voters getting over impeachment vote
OKANOGAN, Wash. – After Rep. Dan Newhouse voted to impeach then-President Donald Trump for inciting the attack on the U.S. Capitol in January 2021, local GOP leaders in his Central Washington district called for the four-term Republican to resign.
Local group sends mailers urging voters to replace Prosecutor Larry Haskell, who called statements a ‘political hit piece’
Some Spokane County voters were greeted with a question when they opened their mailboxes earlier this month.
President Joe Biden’s approval rating in Washington appears to have tanked and Gov. Jay Inslee’s rating isn’t much better. But voters might feel more favorable toward Democrats than Republicans, a new survey suggests.
The four Spokane County prosecutor candidates made one of their final pitches to voters Thursday night ahead of the Aug. 2 primary election.
Incumbent county prosecutor Larry Haskell and challengers Stefanie Collins, Stephanie Olsen and Deb Conklin squared off in a debate Thursday, July 21, 2022 at the Montvale Event Center in Spokane, Washington. Northwest Passages event series presented the debate as part of their series Pints and Politics.
District 4 congressional race: Newhouse faces seven challengers in test of Trump’s influence in Central Washington
The race to represent Washington’s 4th congressional district may be the least predictable contest in the state’s Aug. 2 primary, as four-term Rep. Dan Newhouse faces six other Republicans and a Democrat.
The candidates will not only have to deal with taking on a new job title, but also lingering mistrust between the prosecutor’s office and county commissioners.
Candidates kept the debate civil and mainly focused on their ideas for making state elections more secure and accessible.
Incumbent Patty Murray, Republican Tiffany Smiley likely to emerge in 18-candidate race for U.S. Senate
Heading into the Aug. 2 primary, Murray faces 17 challengers, but early campaign contributions and party support point to Tiffany Smiley as her likely opponent in November.
Ballots have to be postmarked by Aug. 2 or placed in a county drop box by 8 p.m. on election day in order to count.
There will be a new sheriff in town come January, and it will be a Republican with at least two decades of experience in the Spokane County Sheriff’s Office.
The candidates include a county auditor, current and former state legislators, a data scientist, a banker and a business owner.
Newman Lake fire chief tells residents it’s okay to vote against the department’s bid to raise property taxes
Soaring land values and higher property taxes have caused Newman Lake Fire and Rescue Chief Stan Cooke to rethink his agency’s request for more money.
When Spokane County Prosecutor Larry Haskell ran for re-election the first time, he drew no challengers.
French, who’s been an elected official for two decades, will try to fend off Maggie Yates, Tara Carter and former Airway Heights Mayor Don Harmon.
Race for Spokane County Commission District 2 a battle between familiar faces. Here’s where they stand on crime, homelessness and more
Two former and one current Spokane City Council member are vying for Spokane County Commission District 2, which covers east Spokane.
Republicans Suzanne Schmidt and MJ Bolt and Democrat Ted Cummings are running this year in the 4th District. They will face off in the Aug. 2 primary where the top two will move on to the November general election.
District 5 Congressional race: Two Democrats and a Republican seek to unseat Rep. Cathy McMorris Rogers, who’s eyeing 10th term
Natasha Hill, a 39-year-old local attorney and Hillyard native, and Ann Marie Danimus, a 51-year-old marketing professional with ties to the region’s rural reaches, have both filed as Democrats to unseat McMorris Rodgers, 53, who’s seeking a 10th term in Washington D.C. Sean Clynch, a 60-year-old substitute teacher and Army veteran, rounds out the primary ballot as a Republican.
Here’s who’s running for Spokane County Commissioner District 4 and where they stand on county issues
Voters will choose between a former auditor, a pastor and a real estate investor in the race for District 4, which covers southern Spokane Valley, Liberty Lake and the southeastern portion of the county.