Month: September 2019

Indivisible Greater Vancouver issues endorsements

Indivisible Greater Vancouver, the local chapter of a nationwide progressive movement formed in response to the 2016 presidential election, has issued endorsements for local elections this fall.  While elections in odd-numbered […]

Herrera Beutler: No ‘quid pro quo’ in phone call

A reconstructed transcript of a phone call between President Donald Trump and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky did not prove wrongdoing by the president, said Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler. In a written […]

An endorsement for Long, and a climb for Khalil

Carolyn Long, a Democrat running to represent Washington’s 3rd Congressional District, picked up an endorsement from End Citizens United on Tuesday.  End Citizens United, so named for the 2010 Supreme Court […]

When Carolyn Crain attacks: local GOP faces campaign finance complaint

The recent infighting in the local Republican Party now includes one of the hallmarks of many other political squabbles in Washington: a complaint with the state’s election monitor claiming someone […]

Let the campaign mailers begin

Are you a voter in Washington’s 3rd Congressional District? Have you started receiving mailers for the 2020 race? Though we’ve got more than a year to go until the incumbent, Rep. […]

A neighborhood association’s disowning comes up at county council

When it’s time for open public comment period at the Clark County Council’s Tuesday evening hearings, councilors typically just listen and avoid getting into a back-and-forth with people who show […]

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