State Sen. Joe Nguyen seeks to deny Dow Constantine a fourth term, while a longtime county council member fights to keep her seat.
The first televised debate of the candidates for Seattle mayor focused heavily on homelessness, despite the planned topics of business and the economy.
The office’s civil division is its largest, and the next city attorney will have her hands full.
Seattle mayoral candidates debate business and economic issues tonight; they will focus on health and public safety on Oct. 28.
Ann Davison and Nicole Thomas-Kennedy present widely varying visions for Seattle criminal justice system.
Crosscut’s Melissa Santos moderates the debate between incumbent Victoria Woodards and challenger Steve Haverly.
Victoria Woodards, the incumbent, faces a challenge from Steve Haverly, a political newcomer with a background in construction management.
Commissioners — two Democratic and two Republican appointees — just submitted their proposed new voting district lines.
The Tacoma Weekly got slapped down by campaign finance regulators last week, who said its illegal move undermined journalism.
While incumbent Teresa Mosqueda went into her reelection bid with little known competition, the primary results changed the race.
Despite a slate of hard-left candidates, younger voters didn’t cast many ballots in August’s primary election. What might change that?
Homelessness remains a top issue as voters lean toward Harrell for mayor, finds the new Crosscut/Elway Poll.
Activists found their power in the streets in the summer of 2020. Now they're looking to use it in the halls of power.
A new batch of candidates aim to make an impact without becoming 'career politicians.'
The race between Nicole Thomas-Kennedy and Ann Davison will contrast vastly different approaches to criminal justice.
In the contest to replace Lorena González on the Seattle City Council, Fremont Brewing founder Sara Nelson and attorney and activist Nikkita Oliver jumped out to a clear lead.