The decision to move away from the caucus system breaks with how Washington Democrats have operated for decades.
Here's a list of who might run for Washington governor and state attorney general in 2020.
Changes are coming to how state Democrats help pick a nominee for president.
What Jay Inslee can learn from former Sen. Henry M. “Scoop” Jackson, who mounted his own presidential run.
Don't laugh: With good moves so far, a President Inslee might just be possible.
Experts say the Washington governor's chances appear slim right now, but a lot can happen before the 2020 election.
Some lawmakers say it could make for less divided politics. Others remain wary based on Pierce County’s experience a decade ago.
The push by legislators comes after four 'faithless electors' went rogue in 2016.
Despite improvements in state support, our schools continue to rely on local voter-approved levies to fund items fundamental to day-to-day operations.
During the Seattle stop of Schultz's book tour, there was a little farce and some magical thinking in his appearance.
Six years after McCleary and education reforms, Seattle Public Schools risks losing nearly a fifth of its operating budget if the levies don’t pass.
If he can withstand the nastiness, Schultz could pull the Democratic party back from the left and force it to the center.
In a wide open field, council candidates promise better neighborhood representation.
The upcoming 2019 election will be busy. Use this interactive map to keep track of who’s in or out.
Lawmakers may consider legislation requiring presidential candidates to show their tax returns.
A look back at what happened locally and nationally the past 12 months — with a twist.