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  • The case for enacting half of Brian Heywood and Jim Walsh’s six initiatives into law
    by Andrew Villeneuve on March 3rd, 2024 at 12:06 AM

    Democratic lawmakers are poised to cleave a slate of six right wing initiatives in two, voting half into law while sending the other half to the ballot. Here’s the logic behind the move. The case for enacting half of Brian Heywood and Jim Walsh’s six initiatives into law is a post from NPI’s Cascadia Advocate, the journal of the Northwest Progressive Institute. Published continuously since March of 2004, NPI’s Cascadia Advocate provides thoughtful commentary and analysis on regional, national, and world politics. Keep The Cascadia Advocate going by making a contribution to sustain NPI’s research and advocacy here.

  • A plurality of Republican presidential primary voters in Washington State aren’t sure how they feel about Dave Reichert
    by Andrew Villeneuve on February 29th, 2024 at 5:30 PM

    Asked whether they viewed Reichert favorably or unfavorably, a plurality of 43% in our poll of Republican presidential primary voters said they were not sure. A total of 39% had a favorable view of Reichert (23% very favorable, 16% somewhat favorable), while 18% had an unfavorable view. A plurality of Republican presidential primary voters in Washington State aren’t sure how they feel about Dave Reichert is a post from NPI’s Cascadia Advocate, the journal of the Northwest Progressive Institute. Published continuously since March of 2004, NPI’s Cascadia Advocate provides thoughtful commentary and analysis on regional, national, and world politics. Keep The Cascadia Advocate going by making a contribution to sustain NPI’s research and advocacy here.

  • Mitch McConnell to step down as top Senate Republican at the end of this Congress
    by Andrew Villeneuve on February 29th, 2024 at 1:26 AM

    The eighty-two year-old Kentuckian announced in a speech on the Senate floor that he will hand off leadership of the caucus to somebody else at the end of this Congress and become a backbencher for the remainder of his current term ending in 2027. Mitch McConnell to step down as top Senate Republican at the end of this Congress is a post from NPI’s Cascadia Advocate, the journal of the Northwest Progressive Institute. Published continuously since March of 2004, NPI’s Cascadia Advocate provides thoughtful commentary and analysis on regional, national, and world politics. Keep The Cascadia Advocate going by making a contribution to sustain NPI’s research and advocacy here.

  • Donald Trump has a massive lead over Nikki Haley in Washington’s 2024 Republican presidential primary, NPI poll finds
    by Andrew Villeneuve on February 28th, 2024 at 8:00 PM

    A whopping 77% of likely Republican presidential primary voters surveyed February 20th-23rd by Civiqs for NPI said Trump was their preference this year, while only 8% said Haley was. Donald Trump has a massive lead over Nikki Haley in Washington’s 2024 Republican presidential primary, NPI poll finds is a post from NPI’s Cascadia Advocate, the journal of the Northwest Progressive Institute. Published continuously since March of 2004, NPI’s Cascadia Advocate provides thoughtful commentary and analysis on regional, national, and world politics. Keep The Cascadia Advocate going by making a contribution to sustain NPI’s research and advocacy here.

  • House passes Secretary Hobbs’ election security bill, sending it to Governor Inslee
    by Andrew Villeneuve on February 28th, 2024 at 4:15 AM

    By a vote of 58 to 37, the House voted to adopt Senate Bill 5843, prime sponsored by Senator Joe Nguyen (D-34th: Legislative District: Seattle, Vashon Island). House passes Secretary Hobbs’ election security bill, sending it to Governor Inslee is a post from NPI’s Cascadia Advocate, the journal of the Northwest Progressive Institute. Published continuously since March of 2004, NPI’s Cascadia Advocate provides thoughtful commentary and analysis on regional, national, and world politics. Keep The Cascadia Advocate going by making a contribution to sustain NPI’s research and advocacy here.

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