Former President Bill Clinton will be in Seattle next month for a fundraiser with Democratic gubernatorial candidate Jay Inslee.
For Southwest Washington voters the Washington governors race is a dead heat, according to a new poll conducted exclusively for KATU News by Survey USA. Meanwhile, a recent statewide Survey USA poll also found the race is about even.
Documents provided to The Associated Press on Tuesday show that the Democratic gubernatorial candidate Jay Inslee and his wife earned about $237,000 in 2011.
A U.S. Senate candidate frustrated by the lack of focus on the war in Afghanistan apologized Tuesday for telling a reporter to "go f--- yourself" after an interview about beleaguered Missouri Senate candidate Todd Akin.
The state's latest financial analysis says legalizing and taxing marijuana could bring Washington as much as nearly $2 billion over the next five years — or as little as nothing.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has headlined a Bellevue, Wash., rally for gubernatorial candidate Rob McKenna and other Republican candidates. Christie told a crowd of about 200 people that state Attorney General McKenna "has earned your trust. He has earned your respect."
Bruce Danielson, a little-known Seattle lawyer, didn't campaign a lick in his failed effort to unseat Washington Supreme Court Justice Steve Gonzalez. He raised no money, met with no newspaper editorial boards, attended no candidate forums.
Washington voters provided some clear answers this year about who they want as candidates for the November election.
The race to replace retiring Washington Supreme Court Justice Tom Chambers is tightening.
Maria Cantwell, Washington's junior senator, easily won enough votes to move to the fall general election. She'll face Republican Michael Baumgartner, who was garnering the second most votes following an early tally from Tuesday's primary election.
It's looking like Randy Dorn will advance to the fall election uncontested in the race for superintendent of public instruction.
Washington Supreme Court Justices Susan Owens and Steve Gonzalez have easily retained their seats, and Seattle appeals lawyer Sheryl Gordon McCloud is leading a crowded field seeking to replace retiring Justice Tom Chambers.
Former Microsoft executive Suzan DelBene emerged from a caustic and costly primary campaign Tuesday, vanquishing a slate of other Democrats with a flood of advertisements funded in part by her own wealth.
Republican Attorney General Rob McKenna and Democratic former U.S. Rep. Jay Inslee will face each other on the November ballot for governor after easily advancing through Washington state's top two primary.
The ad debuts Wednesday at two Seattle TV stations and a cable channel. It never tells voters to support Initiative 502, it never asks them to agree that pot should be legal, it just says let's talk about it.