Democratic lawmakers said they chose not to reconvene the bipartisan Washington State Redistricting Commission after a judicial ruling for a new map.
The Legislature can either regroup the redistricting commission — an unprecedented move that some say is unlikely — or pass the task to a federal court.
This case is the latest in a series of state and federal lawsuits seeking to address Latino voter dilution in Central Washington.
The new law, which has already been applied to a case in Yakima, expands voter protections — but not without criticism.
As the midterms draw to a close, two strategists and an elected leader discuss how our two major parties gain — and wield — political control.
Sen. Patty Murray and Tiffany Smiley clashed on climate change, Snake River dams, and immigration. Watch the recording here.
Several Republican challengers in central WA's 4th Congressional District look to gain the support of voters who are angry with Newhouse.
A coalition of Yakima Valley voters says the redrawn 15th Legislative District dilutes Latino voter strength by excluding key Latino communities.
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