With mail-in voting and same-day voter registration “we really are ahead of the curve,” one state lawmaker says.
What details about housing, homelessness, taxes and policing can candidates give you to help you cast your ballot?
Grumpy, agitated, or embarrassed voters do not favor the status quo. They vote for change.
With a departing mayor and low approval ratings for the city council, expectations are high for a change election. It's not clear that will happen.
We kick off this year's Crosscut Elections newsletter with a reader's question about where elections are taking place.
The authors of the homelessness initiative have pulled a page from the Tim Eyman playbook, using a hot-button issue that could drive turnout and force candidates to take a stand.
The effort to remove city councilmember Kshama Sawant is just the latest in a litany of attempted ousters that began in the Progressive Era.
With the August primary less than three months away, we’re relaunching our elections newsletter — and we want you to help shape our coverage.
Nguyen, a state senator from West Seattle, says Washington's most populous county needs a change in leadership.
The 2019 election cycle was a warning sign about big spending. Small donor matching programs could bolster our democracy.
This year’s mayoral and city council races will be voters’ first referendum on policing in Seattle.
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.