Voters in the Nov. election were able to distribute public campaign funds in $25 increments. Where did the money land?
Nearly 5% of voters aged 18 to 25 had their ballots rejected in the 2022 general election, according to a new study from the University of Washington.
Brown has a nearly 2,800-vote lead over incumbent Nadine Woodward, with just under 8,000 ballots left to count.
The discoveries Wednesday morning prompted workers to evacuate their offices a day after Washington's general election.
The election generated nearly $2M in donations as Woodward looks to win a second term, a feat only done twice in the past four decades.
Voters across the state have until 8 p.m. Tuesday to choose new local leaders, including seven of nine Seattle City Council seats.
Tacoma, Spokane and Bellingham each have ballot measures on these issues, and both voters and candidates have cited them as top priorities.
The majority of funds come from businesses and real estate groups supporting conservative candidates, while unions mostly back progressives.
Proponents of the initiatives — one similar to a recent Tacoma campaign — say rising housing costs are spurring the policy efforts.
Former judge Cathy Moore and social equity consultant ChrisTiana ObeySumner faced off on Oct. 17 at North Seattle College.
Doug Basler, challenging incumbent Julie Wise, is among the 68% of Republicans who question the 2020 election.
An incumbent councilmember and a former small-business owner make their case to lead on public safety, homelessness and housing.
Candidates in each city answered voters' questions on crime, housing, homelessness and more ahead of the Nov. 7 election.
Tech consultant Ron Davis and civil servant Maritza Rivera faced off on Oct. 12 at the UW Husky Union Building.
In north Seattle, a former Superior Court judge and an equity consultant share their ideas on policing, crime, housing and homelessness.
Both women like dogs, but don’t agree on much more. A Sept. 28 debate exposed rifts on homelessness, state assistance and public safety.