Jay Inslee, left, and Loren Culp, right. (Courtesy of the campaigns )
Jay Inslee, left, and Loren Culp, right. (Courtesy of the campaigns)
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Republican Loren Culp advances to face Gov. Jay Inslee in Washington’s Nov. 3 general election

While hundreds of thousands of votes remain to be counted, neither Republicans Joshua Freed nor Tim Eyman gave any indication they were holding out hope for a comeback.


It’s unsafe for most of Washington students to return to school buildings this fall, state says

Gov. Jay Inslee holds a press conference to provide an update on the state’s ongoing response to COVID-19 in Olympia, Wash on Wednesday, August 5. 2020.
Wed. August 5, 2020   Demonstrators sit on 4th Ave. facing city hall calling listening to speakers and calling for police defunding. The march to city hall was organized by Decriminalize Seattle and King County Equity Now that started at 12th Ave. and E. Alder Street across from the new youth jail. 214679

Seattle City Council members move ahead on initial Police Department layoffs, other changes  VIEW

Monday, June 22, 2020   Memorial for the shooting victim, Lorenzo “Lil Renz” Anderson at the corner of 10th Ave. and E. Pine Street in Capitol Hills CHOP protesting zone.  2142321

Arrest warrant issued for CHOP shooting suspect, who prosecutors say fled Washington state

Judge extends restraining order against Seattle City Council’s crowd-control ordinance

Eight Eastern Washington fitness centers fined for violating Safe Start proclamation

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