Month: August 2018

Two noteworthy endorsements announced today

Sen. Maria Cantwell, D-Wash., announced she received the endorsement of the Planned Parenthood Action Fund Friday. The endorsement doesn't come as a surprise given Cantwell has earned Planned Parenthood's backing […]

Liz Pike doesn’t seem to mind more government when it comes to her farm

If you follow politics in Clark County, you’ve probably heard the mantra of state Rep. Liz Pike: “less government, less taxes, and more freedom.” Pike, a Camas Republican, has reiterated variations of it […]

What do Washington’s leaders think of giving teachers guns?

Earlier this week news broke that the Education Department headed by Secretary Betsy DeVos is considering giving states the ability to use federal funding to purchase guns for teachers. The department […]

Carolyn Long earns another national endorsement

The race for Washington's 3rd Congressional District is garnering more national attention. Democrat Carolyn Long, who's trying to unseat Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler, R-Battle Ground, has racked up another national […]

Quiring says fees don’t keep ‘those people’ out of parks

Clark County Councilor Eileen Quiring said that a $3 parking fee won’t keep prostitutes and drug dealers out of the county’s regional parks and there’s polling to prove it. Quiring, who […]

Clark County Republican Women change leadership

Following the resignation of Stacie Jesser, the Clark County Republican Women were in need of a new president. The organization found its new leader in Brook Pell, who previously served as […]

Republican Party infighting pops up at county fair (updated)

The Clark County Fair is a time to relax, have a peach milkshake, see some livestock, catch a demolition derby and (because it’s election season) engage in some political bickering. In […]

CCRP Chair addresses that photo from Patriot Prayer rally

U.S. Senate candidate and leader of right-wing provocateur group Patriot Prayer Joey Gibson organized what he called a "freedom rally" touting his campaign in advance of Tuesday's primary. Thousands attended […]

Blom changes mind, endorses Boldt for county council chair (Update with comment from Quiring)

Republican Clark County Councilor John Blom has broken with his party to endorse incumbent Clark County Council Chair Marc Boldt, an independent, in his bid for reelection. Yesterday, Blom wrote in […]

Things Martin Hash says

Most would agree Martin Hash is not the typical candidate. He frequently refers to his pedigree as "the only-ever simultaneously licensed doctor, lawyer, accountant and engineer in the world," when […]

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