A collective of campaign workers across the state says it’s tired of working crazy hours with no job security or health care.
Ahead of the 2020 election, Crosscut contributors helped us examine the current state of our democracy.
From funerals to eating out: How the rules have changed as the state continues to deal with the pandemic, and King County remains in Phase 2 forever.
State Sen. Marko Liias, D-Lynnwood, and U.S. Rep. Denny Heck both are seeking to become the second-in-line to Washington's governor.
The states’ online portals won’t invalidate your original paper ballot — even if malicious actors try to do so from afar.
Washington state experts and lawmakers warn that undoing the last four years of immigration policy requires more than just a new president.
The lawmaker, who was accused of domestic terrorism, is being used to attack not only his fellow Republicans, but also a Seattle Democrat.
Both GOP Secretary of State Kim Wyman and state Treasurer Duane Davidson face a tough challenge this election.
The Washington Supreme Court issued the long-awaited ruling on Thursday.
Emerging scientific evidence shows they may be at risk of respiratory and heart illness, and maybe even cancer.
The candidates for Washington governor hold wildly different views on just about everything.
Homeless youth are difficult to interview, so stories like the one "Patrick" shared are stark, rare and hard to forget.
The pandemic has been just another hurdle for tribal leaders and organizations working hard to improve historically low counts in Native American communities.
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The state’s park system has been the ultimate outdoor refuge this year, but crowds, trash and social distancing have caused stress.
We're relaunching our Elections newsletter to keep readers informed ahead of casting their ballots on Nov. 3.
The third-party candidate performed better in the Aug. 4 primary than anyone who has ever challenged Chopp, Washington's longest-serving House speaker.