Candidates who benefited from independent expenditures did well, but correlation isn't necessarily causation.
They're Libertarian, and here's why it matters.
Not even liberals like carbon taxes that much. But climate policy isn’t doomed.
The Rose City's success suggests a way forward for its neighbors to the north — but Washington is not Oregon.
As the dust settles after last week's election... where both parties should go from here nationally and in Washington state.
The voting will affect the 2019 legislative session, the city council races and Jay Inslee's 2020 hopes.
Cementing control of the U.S. Senate was big for Republicans but losing King County hurts them in Olympia.
Kim Schrier hands the Republican his fourth election loss, joins newly Democratic House.
Midterm elections used to be snoozy affairs — but now they're boozy affairs, too.
Mayor Jenny Durkan, police reform advocates and Big Soda have reason to celebrate.
Democrats are in a stronger position to check the president, but it's a long way to 2020.
Initiative 1639 will enact a suite of stricter gun control laws, including raised age limits for semi-automatic firearm buyers.
With more seats to work with, the party is positioned to move on environmental policy, health care and capital gains.
Despite a bruising loss, supporters of I-1631 vow continued fight against climate change.
Up by 6 points, the Eastside doctor stopped short of declaring victory.
Miss what happened in Washington's midterm election? Here's a series of dispatches from Tuesday night.