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Award-winning journalist Josh Feit founded and edited the online news site PubliCola, where he also did double duty as the state house reporter, covering the legislature in Olympia. Before that, for nine years, he was the news editor and political columnist at Seattle's alt-weekly, The Stranger. Feit has also worked as a business reporter at Willamette Week in Portland and as a reporter covering campaign finance at the Center for Public Integrity in Washington, D.C.
Erica C. Barnett was the news editor for Seattle's online news site, PubliCola, where she covered city hall, transportation, land use, and state politics. She had also been the news editor and city hall columnist for The Stranger. In 2007, the King County Municipal League named Erica its Government Affairs Reporter of the year. She has also received NARAL Pro-Choice Washington's Power of Choice award (in 2010), and been named one of the city's most influential journalists and the city's "News Nerd of the Year" by Seattle Magazine, both in 2011.