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In an ignominious retreat, losing Republican gubernatorial candidate Loren Culp has withdrawn his lawsuit against Secretary of State Kim Wyman alleging widespread election irregularities and fraud.
Before slamming shut the book on 2020 – a year the numerical equivalent of perfect vision but which often made us wish we could close our eyes and keep them shut – Spin Control wants to keep with tradition and award some of the political and government highlights and lowpoints of 2020.
More than a month since losing to Gov. Jay Inslee, Republican Loren Culp has continued to raise money with unsubstantiated claims of vote fraud.
Washington certified its 2020 election Tuesday with some 750,000 more ballots cast and counted than ever before, and a turnout just a shade under the record set in 2008.
Representatives of President Donald Trump are pursuing thus-far unproven claims of fraud and illegal voting in Michigan, Pennsylvania and several other states, but have not taken issue with the presidential results in in Washington.
More people who strongly supported one candidate or deeply loathed another seemed to get angry this year when we told them the race isn’t going to turn out the way they hoped.
Republican gubernatorial candidate Loren Culp repeated today that he won't concede he has lost the race, saying to do so would "disenfranchise" voters whose ballots are still being counted.
Jay Inslee was talkingjbAS of plans for a rare third term in the governor's office Wednesday as opponent Loren Culp was refusing to concede and hinting at fraud in the vote counting.
After a year of intense praise and scorn for his handling of the COVID-19 pandemic, Gov. Jay Inslee won a third term in Tuesday's election.
Determining a winner or loser in last week's gubernatorial debate is difficult, but there were places where the candidates made points or mistakes.
Gov. Jay Inslee accused his Republican opponent of being a "mini Trump" and challenger Loren Culp accused the incumbent of being a career politician "who has no clue what it's like in the real world" during a spirited debate Wednesday night
Washington voters can get a look at their candidates for governor Wednesday evening.
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee, who has been a regular critic of President Donald Trump's handling of the COVID-19 pandemic, blasted the president's seeming dismissal of the seriousness of the disease shortly before being released from the hospital.
Washington voters who like a clear contrast between their candidates should be ecstatic with their governor’s race.
At the risk of sounding like a grouchy old Boomer, can I suggest now that we have passed National Voter Registration Day – which was last Tuesday – can every political operative and social media app stop asking me if I'm registered?
Republic Police Chief Loren Culp, the GOP candidate for governor, was named in a federal lawsuit that claims a Montana woman's rights were violated when she was detained and charged after a traffic check in 2018.
Gubernatorial candidate Loren Culp spent Wednesday morning handing out backpacks to children.
Loren Culp, the Republican challenger for governor who bested other more experienced campaigners in Tuesday’s primary, can mark the starting point of his run as the day after the 2018 election.
Loren Culp’s second-place finish in Tuesday’s state primary – which propelled him into a head-to-head match up against incumbent Jay Inslee this fall – surprised members of both parties, not so much for the outcome but by the speed at which it was known.
One of Washington’s most experienced politicians will square off against a first-time candidate for governor in the November general election.