SEATTLE — The candidates have had their say. Mud has been slung, drop boxes surveilled and political consultants paid.

On Tuesday, vote counting will begin in Washington’s primary, narrowing the field in more than 500 congressional, legislative and local races across the state to the top two candidates, who will move on to the Nov. 8 general election.



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