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UPDATED: Sun., Aug. 19, 2018, 10 p.m.

Women win primaries in record numbers, look to November

Women are not just running for office in record numbers this year – they are winning.


UPDATED: Fri., May 4, 2018, 10:29 p.m.

Washington should pay for ballot postage with emergency funds, Wyman says

Secretary of State Kim Wyman asks Gov. Jay Inslee to use emergency funds to pay the postage for ballots that are mailed back in the primary and general elections.


Editorial: Review of S-R election endorsements

Please note that our endorsements are merely recommendations, and should be read as such. Voters are encouraged to find as much information as possible and decide for themselves


Editorial: Judge Staab an easy call for Municipal Court

Incumbent Judge Tracy Staab has been a solid judge on a court known for innovation and alternatives to jail time.


Krauthammer: Trump is running as Trump - surprise!

Trump has boasted that he could turn “presidential” – respectful, respectable, reticent, reserved bordering on boring – at will. Apparently, he can’t.


O’Quinn, a GSI director, says she has right skills to be commissioner

Shelly O’Quinn wants to make a difference, she says. So she’s running as a Republican for an open seat on the Spokane Board of County Commissioners. At 37, O’Quinn believes …


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 …


McEuen Field to figure in CdA election

The next Coeur d’Alene City Council election is shaping up to be a referendum on the multimillion-dollar plan to remake McEuen Field, downtown’s popular, but aging, waterfront park. Friday was …


Eleven file for vacant CdA council seats

The next Coeur d’Alene City Council election is shaping up to be a referendum on the multimillion-dollar plan to remake McEuen Field, downtown’s popular, but aging, waterfront park. Friday was …


County edits shelter proposal

A proposal to build a new regional animal shelter will be a ballot “measure,” not a “proposition,” in the Nov. 8 general election. Spokane County commissioners approved a new designation …


New filing period for 29 county races

The Spokane County elections office will conduct a special three-day filing period next week for 29 positions that have no candidates. Regardless of how many people seek a position, the …


As jail plan dies at polls, leaders mull next steps

Kootenai County will continue to ship inmates to other jails – to the tune of about $52 million over the next decade – following the failure Tuesday of two ballot …


Jail vote failures will cost Kootenai County

Kootenai County will continue to ship inmates to other jails — to the tune of about $52 million over the next decade — following the failure Tuesday of two ballot …


Park bond will go to voters

Voters in Cheney will decide this fall whether to approve a $5 million bond to build phase one of a new 50-acre park, which includes a community center. The Cheney …


Robust early voting points to record year

Before the polls open this morning, a majority of Spokane County voters already will have cast their ballots and a record number of Kootenai County residents will have voted absentee. …