Christine Eaton, an official observer (center), watches as ballots are opened at King County Elections headquarters on Tuesday. (Ellen M. Banner / The Seattle Times)
Christine Eaton, an official observer (center), watches as ballots are opened at King County Elections headquarters on Tuesday. (Ellen M. Banner / The Seattle Times)
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Not much of a blue wave, but primary results show Washington is getting more polarized

Democrats might be on track to pick up one statewide elected office and maybe a state Senate seat. But the primary voting results Tuesday showed that the state is actually getting more polarized, mostly along geographic lines.

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Denny Heck, leading in lieutenant governor results, could face another Democrat in November

Denny Heck, left, and Marko Liias, right.
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The Seattle Kraken hockey team announced its name, colors and logo Thursday, July 23, 2020.

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Chris Reykdal, Maia Espinoza leading race for state schools superintendent

Washington state lands commissioner Hilary Franz leads in early primary election results

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