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Opponents of Seattle City Councilmember Kshama Sawant have 180 days to put a recall vote on the ballot.
Farrell ran for mayor in 2017 and came in fourth place.
The longtime local politician and former council president seeks the job he held for five days in 2017.
Months after the 2020 election, lawmakers are considering a slew of election-related proposals.
Latino signatures are more likely to be questioned and less likely to be fixed during Washington state elections.
Public safety and taxation will continue to be divisive issues that could make consensus more difficult, but not impossible.
The city’s longest-tenured elected official will face questions about the city’s approach to criminal justice.
The two-term city council member's decision will leave an open seat on the council.
The executive director of the Chief Seattle Club is a well known name in City Hall and the world of homelessness and philanthropy.
The National Guard and State Patrol were ready to protect the Capitol, but protesters stayed home.
Observers say the votes to impeach from U.S. Reps. Jaime Herrera Beutler and Dan Newhouse signal a ‘civil war’ playing out within the GOP nationwide.
The congresswoman from Washington state details a harrowing day at the Capitol and how the House will move forward on the pandemic, infrastructure and climate.
We surveyed a lot of Washingtonians of all political stripes last year. This is what their answers told us.
Democrats Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock benefited from more than $7 million in local contributions, many of them from tech workers.
Despite rampant speculation, the high-profile city council member will eye a second term.