David Plouffe, who managed both of the former president’s successful runs, weighs in on the race for the White House in the age of coronavirus.
John Dickerson on why Trump appears to be failing at the ‘hardest job in the world’ — and whether Joe Biden could succeed.
Other states are allowing electronic signatures to count on election petitions during the pandemic. Should Washington do the same?
After political consultants of color demanded change earlier this month, the chair of the Washington State Democrats says, ‘They were right to call us out on it, and we’ve got to fix it.’
The Democratic candidate for the presidency makes assumptions about me and other voters of color at his own peril.
Washington Republicans have run serious gubernatorial races in the past, but that era is over.
We've failed to warn against fascism in the past. Let's not make that mistake again.
As the pandemic pushes many states toward mail-in balloting, they're calling Washington state for help.
Courting voters on Zoom, making ice cream on Facebook Live — candidates get creative to try to win your vote.
King County Republicans used to dominate the suburbs. That era is over.
The progressive organization’s co-founder, Leah Greenberg, discusses coronavirus, Joe Biden and the November election.
Republicans have forced Americans to choose between their health and their vote. Our state knows there's a better way.
The latest Crosscut/Elway Poll shows more of Washington’s GOP voters are dissenting from national party leaders when it comes to the pandemic response.
In Washington and beyond, armed protests to open the economy signal a dangerous appetite for political violence.
The ACLU of Washington calls its proposed initiative a "public health issue." But coronavirus complicates its path to the ballot.
We need big and accountable government to beat COVID-19, not profit-motivated business.