Month: October 2014

Background measure and class size initiative poised to pass

Washington voters appear ready to pass a measure expanding background checks on gun sales and another lowering class sizes, according to a recent independent poll released this week. The statewide KCTS-Washington […]

Group accuses Lynda Wilson of ignoring voters and being rude

The Middle Class Alliance gave its stamp of approval to Rep. Monica Stonier, D-Vancouver. But that didn't stop their editorial board from first making a few comments about her opponent, Republican […]

Just call him Bob

Bob Dingethal released his first TV spot this week. His campaign declined to mention where it's being played. But here's a look: [youtube] His opponent, Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler, R-Camas, has released […]

Your choice: backed by “big union bosses” or someone with a “radical past”

Rep. Monica Stonier, D-Vancouver, won her 17th Legislative District seat, Position 1 by 140 votes last election. Both Stonier and her Republican challenger Lynda Wilson expect it to be another […]

Campaign highlights shooting of Vancouver Police Officer

In an effort to promote the I-594 campaign, which would expand background checks to online gun sales and private transactions, the Brady campaign is highlighting the shooting of a Vancouver […]

I-I351 seems poised to pass and “add to the legislatures’s perennial migraine over education funding”

A recent poll shows Washington voters look ready to approve Initiative 1351, which would reduce class sizes. The Elway Poll shows the class size reduction measure leading by nearly 3:1. But the […]

Campaign “sign gardens” under attack

Every election season, political candidates sow their gardens of campaign signs along Clark County’s roads in hopes of attracting the eyes and interest of voters. Judicial candidate Bob Vukanovich experienced the […]


Fred Armisen will be voting in the midterm election on Nov. 4 because he wants to impress his friends.  "It's the only reason to do anything," Armisen said. The nonpartisan nonprofit Rock […]

I-594 campaign launches “creep week”

Those behind the dueling gun measures continue to fire shots at each other. With ballots set to go out next week, proponents of expanding background checks have launched a digital campaign […]

No bickering: Probst is back

  In December of 2012, after Tim Probst lost his bid for the state Senate to Don Benton by 76 votes, he told the press he would continue to live by […]

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