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UPDATED: Sun., May 14, 2017

Carol Newhouse, wife of Washington congressman, dies

Carol Newhouse, the wife of Washington state Republican U.S. Rep. Dan Newhouse, has died. She was 62.

High-profile challengers in race for Washington’s 4th District state House seat

State Rep. Leonard Christian is an incumbent in the unusual position of facing two primary opponents who have as much or more name recognition as he has. Christian, who was …

UPDATED: Mon., Feb. 17, 2014

Didier announces run for 4th District seat

Former NFL tight end and also-ran for Senate seat Clint Didier said Monday he will seek election to Congress in Washington’s 4th District following a retirement announcement from Rep. Doc …

Spokane Valley businessman selected for 4th District legislative seat

Leonard Christian, an Air Force veteran and Spokane Valley real estate businessman, was selected Wednesday to fill the 4th District legislative seat vacated by former Rep. Larry Crouse. Christian, 48, …

Spokane Valley mayor plans run for state House

Spokane Valley Mayor Tom Towey has announced plans to run for the Washington State House of Representatives 4th District seat if it’s vacated by the retirement of longtime Republican legislator …

Vote recount will test new machines

Spokane County election officials took advantage Thursday of an opportunity to test their vote-counting machines for free. The county Canvassing Board – Auditor Vicky Dalton, Commissioner Al French and County …

Padden announces run for McCaslin’s former seat

Former Rep. Mike Padden is running for the 4th District Senate seat that he was shut out of in the recent appointment process.

Baxter tapped to assume McCaslin’s seat

After a daylong interview process, Spokane County commissioners unanimously selected Jeff H. Baxter to replace Bob McCaslin in the state Senate.

Senate candidates will interview under oath

Candidates in a contentious process to fill a vacant state Senate seat will be asked to take an oath when they’re interviewed today. Spokane County commissioners hadn’t planned to require …