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Spin Control: Washington Democrats may not use presidential primary to award delegates

Legislative Democrats change Washington presidential primary so the results can be used to pick the nominee. Will state party use it?


UPDATED: Mon., March 4, 2019

Washington presidential primary heads to March

The Washington House sends Gov. Jay Inslee a bill to change Washington’s presidential primary to March and require voters declare their party affiliation.


UPDATED: Thu., Jan. 31, 2019

Voters would have to declare party to vote in Washington’s 2020 presidential primary under bill passed by Senate

Senate passes bill for a presidential primary in March, but only party members would get to vote.


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.


Spin Control: Future dim for on-again, off-again presidential primaries

Next year’s state presidential primary may be on life support after a meeting last week in which Democrats blocked an effort to move it from late May to sometime in …


Spokane GOP precincts holding caucuses

Republican activists in Spokane, and those who might be thinking of becoming more active, will gather this morning for precinct caucuses. No, there isn’t a presidential election this year. Although …