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The Seattle Times political team explores national, state and local politics...Shoreline City Council member Will Hall touted his experience as a planner, working his day job as a staff analyst in Snohomish County. And attorney Rod Dembowski said in
Clark becomes the ninth woman to serve as president and the first since Jan Drago held the post in 2004-2005. There was no cynicism about government at the swearing in ceremony in a City Council Chamber packed with family, friends and city staff.
Two weeks after his election as mayor, Mike McGinn delighted Seattle City Council members with a visit to their offices. Friendly and unescorted, he parked himself in the middle of Councilmember Sally Clark's office to chat. Councilmember Jan Drago
Politics Northwest The Seattle Times political team explores national, state and local politics...State Sen. Joe McDermott, a Democrat, took 68 percent of the vote and Toledo received 31.5 percent in the Nov. 2 election. McDermott will take office
State Sen. Joe McDermott was leading in a special election for an open seat on the Metropolitan King County Council with about 68 percent of the vote in early results. "I spent the last year talking to constituents both about the issues facing King
He is the more independent minded choice, and his views match the needs of the upcoming legislative session. IF ever there were a year for a lawmaker from the 34th Legislative District to be something other than a cookie-cutter Democrat, this is it.
State Sen. Joe McDermott won a solid majority in a four-way race for the Metropolitan King County Council Tuesday night. Former county licensing official Diana Toledo appeared to be on her way to winning the other spot on the November ballot, with
Politics Northwest The Seattle Times political team explores national, state and local politics...This new structure for the Convention Center means the revenue generated by it goes right back into investments in the center, keeping it competitive,
Originally published Thursday, June 10, 2010 at 3:20 PM Guest columnist Water taxi "waste" is a wet idea The King County Ferry District is on course to make its water taxis a smart, efficient addition to our regional transportation network, writes
Politics Northwest The Seattle Times political team explores national, state and local politics...Candidates must file by Friday to run in the August 17 primary. Satterberg, who was appointed to succeed his longtime boss Norm Maleng after Maleng's