Seattle City Attorney's race is a tale of two extremes

Seattle voters will decide between Nicole Thomas-Kennedy and Ann Davison to replace Pete Holmes in the race for city attorney.

SEATTLE — The views held by the candidates for Seattle city attorney are polarizing.

On Nov. 2, Seattle voters will decide between Nicole Thomas-Kennedy and Ann Davison to replace Pete Holmes, who has been in office for 12 years.

How we got here

Holmes took office in 2010 when he dismissed all pending marijuana possession cases and declined to file subsequent charges. He was also a primary sponsor of I-502, which led to the legalization of marijuana for adult use. In 2018, he

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