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Voter Guide 2022: Going beyond party lines

Some people I know just choose all the Democrats or Republicans on the ballot. Other friends and family members vote for women, with a preference for BIPOC women, so they can work...

Washington State Voter Guide 2022: Who's on your ballot?

In 2004, Washington changed its primary ballot system to advance the two people with the most votes into the general election, regardless of party affiliation, instead of having voters choose their top...

Our new state government reporter hopes to represent you — the reader

But think about it. The federal government’s political institutions are weathering unprecedented turmoil. Congress for years (and regardless of balance of power) is often deadlocked. That has ceded power to a Supreme...

Podcast | The politics of your dinner plate

To a certain extent, this perspective has become widely accepted. The rise of organic foods in the grocery aisle and farm-to-table on restaurant menus speaks to this kind of understanding. But the...

Podcast | Gov. Jay Inslee on Roe v. Wade, COVID-19 and climate change

The COVID-19 pandemic, in particular, has become a defining event for the Democratic governor, who early on used his executive authority to issue some of the most severe restrictions in the nation,...

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