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The latest from news outlets and blogs around the Northwest and beyond, chosen by Crosscut editors.

Pierce County Democrats wake up and smell the daffodils (but too late)

Democrats refused to believe a 24-year-old Daffodil Queen could beat a five-term member of the state House of Representatives -- at least until the votes were counted.

SEATTLE WEEKLY

Rep. Roger Freeman winning despite death

Despite his untimely death 6 days ago, Rep. Roger Freeman of Federal Way is leading his race by 6 points. 

SEATTLE TIMES

President Obama gives a press conference

President Obama speaks about last night's election.

Alaska, Oregon legalize recreational marijuana

The two states join Washington and Colorado in legalizing recreational marijuana. 

SEATTLEPI.COM

Republican gains grow the morning after

Republicans woke up this morning to even greater gains as ballots continue to be counted.

NEW YORK TIMES

Republicans sweep to control of U.S. Senate

The party took away seven Democratic seats in the Senate while solidifying its control of the House.

NEW YORK TIMES

New York Times election blog: McConnell holds his Senate seat in Kentucky

Results started to pour in as the polls closed in some Eastern states.

NEW YORK TIMES

Dems engaged in wishful thinking about election?

It appears they are putting too much hope on early voting returns in some states.

FIVETHIRTYEIGHT

Alaska senate race most expensive in state history

$22.5 million of outside money has poured into Alaska, making it the most expensive race in the state's history.

LOS ANGELES TIMES

David Horsey: Chevron's bold plan to buy a city council

Richmond, California tried to deal with the safety and pollution issues at a big refinery. Thanks to the Supreme Court, the company is free to finance huge campaign warchests to get a new council.

LOS ANGELES TIMES
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