WATERVILLE — Increasing community participation in Waterville town council decisions — that’s what Position 3 candidates Cody Preugschat and Joanne Fragner say their priority will be if elected. They’re vying to fill the seat of Jill Thompson, who’s running for Waterville mayor.
WENATCHEE — Wenatchee School Board president Sunny Hemphill, swept into office in 2017 as part of a trio of candidates running on a joint platform, is facing a challenge for the post from retired businessman Martin Barron.
WENATCHEE — Two decades spent running her own company offering tutoring services to Wenatchee students has given Meliesa Tigard some solid ideas on how Wenatchee schools can improve test scores and set spending priorities.
WENATCHEE — The Wenatchee Valley Chamber of Commerce’s advocacy committee has scheduled two candidate forums this month — inviting business and community members to grill city and school board candidates over breakfast and coffee.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Presidential candidate Senator Bernie Sanders underwent an unexpected heart procedure on Tuesday for a blockage in an artery and canceled campaign events for the White House until further notice, an adviser said.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Professional pollsters say President Donald Trump and senior White House officials are rightly confident heading into his reelection bid because early 2020 surveys are likely flawed.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The sprawling Democratic primary field has been headed toward a three-person race, and despite strenuous efforts by the trailing candidates, Thursday’s debate seems unlikely to have significantly changed that.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Sen. Elizabeth Warren is calling for the wealthy to pay for an overhaul of Social Security that would boost the annual payment to retirees by $2,400 and extend the program’s solvency by two decades.
EAST WENATCHEE — Five Wenatchee School Board candidates vying for three open spots will present their campaign platforms and talk about the issues Monday at a forum hosted by the 12th Legislative District Democrats.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — An LGBTQ-focused town hall featuring 2020 Democratic presidential candidates will be held in downtown Los Angeles next month, the Human Rights Campaign Foundation announced Thursday.
By this time two years ago, a pack of Democrats was already competing to challenge Republican U.S. Rep. Dave Reichert in Washington's 8th Congressional District, in an early sign of partisan fervor for the 2018 midterm elections that flipped control of the House of Representatives.
Jay Inslee's announcement that he wants another go-round as Washington governor shouldn't be treated as a fait accompli, as if he were owed a consolation prize after his failed bid for president. Running for a third term as governor is a rare occurrence — the last time it happened was 1972 —…
BELLEVUE — Montana Gov. Steve Bullock brought his fledgling presidential campaign to the Puget Sound region Monday night, pitching himself as the only Democratic candidate who's won a statewide campaign in a state won by President Donald Trump.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Joe Walsh, a conservative former U.S. congressman turned talk show host, said on Thursday he was leaning toward a Republican primary challenge to President Donald Trump, calling him a liar and a bully who is unfit for office.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — A conservative group is increasing pressure on Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to put election security legislation up for a vote in the Senate by airing ads that target the Kentucky Republican and four other Republican senators in their home states.