WALLA WALLA — Republican gubernatorial candidate Rob McKenna will visit the city Wednesday afternoon for a campaign rally.
SEATTLE — The races for governor and attorney general have brought renewed attention to a proposal that would create a two-tiered driver’s license system in Washington to address the issue of driving by immigrants who can’t provide proof of legal U.S. residency.
OLYMPIA — Washington students can vote in mock election sponsored by the Secretary of State’s Office.
Wynne McCabe is finishing his first term in office.
POMEROY - Garfield County Commissioner Wynne McCabe, who is finishing his first term, faces a challenge from David Ledgerwood in his bid for re-election in Position 2.
Scott Nettles says incumbent Sen. Mike Hewitt is not responsive and has too narrow a focus.
As he prepares to run for his fourth term in the state Senate, Senate Minority Leader Mike Hewitt, R-Walla Walla, is confident the 16th District will send him back to Olympia.
Rep. Maureen Walsh is pro-choice and supports same-sex marriage, positions Mary Ruth Edwards opposes.
In the past year, state Rep. Maureen Walsh, R-Walla Walla, has become known around the world for her speech on the floor of the state Legislature in support of same-sex marriage.
SEATTLE (AP) — Anti-tax crusader Tim Eyman’s initiative to renew the two-thirds legislative majority requirement to create new taxes is on the ballot again this November.
DAYTON — Longtime residents face off in the Columbia County commissioner race
WALLA WALLA — Jim Johnson hopes voters will let him stay at the task he started in May.
WALLA WALLA — As he campaigns for his second term, Walla Walla County Commissioner Perry Dozier said he sees keeping county finances on an even keel without raising taxes as one of the biggest challenges facing the county.
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OLYMPIA — “Only in Olympia do they call raising our taxes ‘A Real Opportunity,’” read the campaign mailer.
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