Posted inPolicy Topics, Public Planning

Seattle decisively votes to bless construction of deep-bore tunnel for State Route 99

The State of Wash­ing­ton’s project to replace the aging, crum­bling Alaskan Way Viaduct has just received its final polit­i­cal green light. After endur­ing sev­er­al months of debates, forums, and adver­tise­ments, Seat­tle vot­ers have resound­ing­ly cho­sen to bless the con­struc­tion of a deep bore tun­nel under down­town. Ear­ly returns indi­cate a land­slide vic­to­ry for Let’s Move Forward, […]

Posted inElections, Live Coverage

Richard Mitchell, Jane Hague emerge as finalists for King County Council District #6

Tonight, vot­ers end­ed a live­ly four-way con­test for a bat­tle­ground coun­ty coun­cil dis­trict by send­ing the old­est can­di­date (a well known incum­bent who has served sev­er­al terms) and the youngest can­di­date (a first time office-seek­er) on to the gen­er­al elec­tion for a Novem­ber matchup. In the returns just released by King Coun­ty Elec­tions, Repub­li­can Jane […]

Posted inEconomic Security, Elections, Policy Topics

Today is Election Day: Don’t forget to vote!

Today is win­now­ing elec­tion day across Wash­ing­ton State. Although it’s pos­si­ble that you’re one of our read­ers who lives in a juris­dic­tion where there is noth­ing on the bal­lot (and thus there is no bal­lot), chances are, you were sent a bal­lot with at least one con­test on it. Please don’t for­get to take your […]