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Daily Archives: November 4th, 2015

Opposition to Tim Eyman’s I‑1366 grows in King County and across Washington State

Excerpt: Just-released reports from coun­ty elec­tions offi­cials show that oppo­si­tion to Tim Eyman’s I‑1366 is increas­ing across Wash­ing­ton State, dri­ving the ini­tia­tive’s lev­el of sup­port down below 54%, which is where it stood at the end of last night. Vot­ers in Mar­tin Luther King Jr. Coun­ty, the state’s largest pop­u­la­tion cen­ter, are pow­er­ing the gains by say­ing […]
Written by:Andrew Villeneuve
Categories:Elections
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Seattle voters shake up school board, City Council — and fund transit

Excerpt: Seat­tle’s elec­tion night results defy easy cat­e­go­riza­tion. Per­haps the best way to describe it is that vot­ers are most­ly con­tent with the pro­gres­sive tra­jec­to­ry their city is on — but want that to go fur­ther, espe­cial­ly when it comes to the school board. All nine City Coun­cil seats were up for elec­tion, and we know […]
Written by:Robert Cruickshank
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