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Daily Archives: September 20th, 2016

NPI thanks Redmond City Council for voting to endorse Sound Transit 3

Excerpt: Editor’s Note: Earlier tonight, the Redmond City Council voted 5-2 to take a position supporting a yes vote on Regional Proposition 1, also known as Sound Transit 3, which NPI strongly supports. The following letter of appreciation was penned by NPI founder Andrew Villeneuve to the five councilmembers who voted in favorĀ of the resolution to […]
Written by:Andrew Villeneuve
Categories:Core Encyclopedia Topics, Public Planning
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Kim Wyman’s explanation for Washington’s decline in voter turnout doesn’t make sense

Excerpt: Last week, the League of Women Voters of Seattle and King County held a well-attended debate between the two candidates running for Secretary of State this year — Republican incumbent Kim Wyman and Democratic challenger Tina Podlodowski. A key topic discussed at the debate was what to do about voter turnout in Washington State, which […]
Written by:Andrew Villeneuve
Categories:Elections
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