Democrat With Early Lead In Key Washington Senate RaceThe Democrat took a strong lead in a state Senate race that will determine the balance of power at the Washington Capitol - and if the results hold Washington will join Oregon and California with Democratic one-party rule in both legislative chambers and the governor's office.
Ballots Are Being Mailed Out This Week To Washington VotersMore than 4.2 million ballots are being mailed to voters in Washington state this week ahead of next month's general election.
Affordability Debate A Focus For Voters In Seattle Mayoral RaceVoters were choosing from a field of 21 candidates and the top two vote-getters will advance to a November election
Bill Would Require Ballots To Note Costs Of Initiatives Voters' ballots would note the potential financial impact of initiatives under a measure debated on Monday before a Senate committee.
Washington Ballots Must Be Postmarked For ElectionBallots for the election in Washington must be postmarked by Election Day or placed in a drop box by 8 p.m
King County Seeks Tax Increase To Fund Bus Service; Ballots Due TuesdayBallots are due Tuesday in a special election asking King County voters to raise taxes to support bus service through the Seattle area.
Final Votes To Decide SeaTac Minimum Wage Issue Remaining ballots will determine a measure that would raise the minimum wage to $15-an-hour for many workers in SeaTac, home of the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport.
Socialist Gaining In Seattle Council RaceA socialist candidate is gaining as more ballots are counted in a close Seattle City Council race.
Ending Saturday Mail Affects State's BallotingWith Saturday mail delivery ending this summer, Washington Secretary of State Kim Wyman says voters should think about getting their ballots in the mail sooner.
Ore. County Lawyer: So Far, Vote Tampering Limited With the election heading into its final hours, the extent to which a Clackamas County election worker possibly tampered with ballots remains a mystery, potentially casting doubt on the legitimacy of the outcomes in close races.
Anchorage Finds Potentially Uncounted Ballots Anchorage city officials have discovered a batch of 141 ballots that potentially weren't counted during April's city election.

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