Month: May 2019

The Phantom Maureen

There’s a certain finesse to covering city council primary elections. You want to give each candidate a fair shake while framing the election for the reader in a useful way. Our […]

Brian Baird’s project to elect centrists is over

Remember that time when a Democrat from Southwest Washington and a Republican from the Puget Sound area got together to form a new political action committee to support “independent, centrist-minded […]

Adrian Cortes found Gary Medvigy’s interview on Lars Larson concerning

When Republican Clark County Councilor appeared on the Lars Larson Show earlier this week, he had mostly nice things to say about the county, didn’t directly bad-mouth anyone and didn’t […]

Congresswoman is ‘deeply disappointed’ in the Port of Vancouver

Look, guys. She’s not mad. Just disappointed. In an open statement to the Port of Vancouver’s board of commissioners, Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler, R-Battle Ground, said she was “deeply disappointed to […]

Gary Medvigy was very diplomatic on the Lars Larson Show

As Gary Medvigy steps up his campaign to retain his seat on the Clark County Council, he made an appearance yesterday on the Lars Larson Show, a local conservative talk […]

Eileen Quiring wanted the county council to watch a video about teenagers smoking pot

As the Clark County Council moves forward with lifting the ban on recreational cannabis businesses in the unincorporated areas, council Chair Eileen Quiring has been concerned about the kids. During […]

Adrian Cortes is against raising taxes too

Adrian Cortes, a Battle Ground city councilor who is running as a Democrat against Republican Clark County Councilor Gary Medvigy, wants you to know that he’s also against raising taxes. […]

Perez earns caucus endorsement

Diana Perez — one of five people running in what’s turning out to be a crowded race for Vancouver City Council Position 6 — earned a key endorsement Friday evening. The […]

What’s Peter Khalil up to?

Since announcing a challenge to U.S. Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler last month, the Democratic candidate for Washington’s 3rd Legislative District has been making appearances around the region. In early April, […]

Did you get a Congressional District Census from the RNC?

Two things to know: You’re not alone, and No, it’s not an official U.S. census. Even if the envelope says “DO NOT DESTROY, OFFICIAL DOCUMENT” and the letter opens with […]

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