Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler, the Republican representing the 3rd Congressional District, has conceded to Joe Kent, a Republican challenger backed by former president Donald Trump.
Republican Joe Kent, who challenged incumbent Republican Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler over her vote to impeach former President Donald Trump, has taken a narrow lead in the race for the second spot in Washington state’s top two primary.
The GOP candidates say dismantling the elections commission and giving power to the secretary of state to oversee elections would let voters hold someone accountable for election-related decisions.
Republican Rep. Dan Newhouse, who voted to impeach Donald Trump, advanced Friday to the general election following days of vote counts in Washington state’s primary, but fellow Republican Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler saw her advantage against an opponent endorsed by Trump rapidly shrink to within recount territory with thousands of votes left to count.
Republican businessman Matt Larkin will likely face off against Democratic incumbent Kim Schrier on the November ballot for a seat representing the 8th Congressional District. Larkin will be on the ballot after Republican candidates Reagan Dunn and Jesse Jensen conceded from the race.
Democrat Marie Gluesenkamp Perez spoke with FOX 13 News following Primary Election day. She had the most votes for the U.S. House Dist. 3 and appeared to be moving on to the General Election with incumbent Republican Jaime Herrera Beutler.
Washington voters will narrow the field of candidates in dozens of races in the state’s primary Tuesday.
The top two candidates for a U.S. Senate seat, 10 congressional races and the secretary of state’s office will be decided by Washington voters in Tuesday’s primary.
Two Washington GOP House candidates, both of whom are seeking to represent two different Congressional districts in the state, will face off in their primary elections next week against incumbent Republicans who voted to impeach former President Donald Trump last year, insisting that those impeachment votes will move voters to the polls.
Washington state's 2022 Primary Election takes place on Tuesday, Aug. 2, and features races for U.S. Senate and Congress, as well as Washington Secretary of State and Washington Supreme Court. In many counties, local offices will appear on the ballot as well.
There are 18 candidates vying for U.S. Senator in the Aug. 2 Primary Election and the Top 2 will move on to the General Election in November. It’s a race that has big political implications nationwide as Republicans believe five-time incumbent Democratic Senator Patty Murray may be vulnerable.
As one of two Republican members of Congress from Washington to have voted to impeach former President Donald Trump, Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler faces one of her toughest primaries since she was first elected to represent the southwest region of the state in 2010.
A statewide poll found most voters trust the mail-in ballot system that Washington has offered for several years. Secretary of State Steve Hobbs hopes continued efforts promoting accurate election information will reach those voters who are doubtful.
U.S. Attorney Nick Brown issued a statement on Thursday, warning the public about the consequences for voter intimidation ahead of the primary and general election periods.
After a group of Republican activists organized surveillance of ballot drop boxes in King County, elections officials are calling on the sheriff's office to investigate.
Two voting change options will be on the November ballot after the Seattle City Council approved an alternative to a signature-driven effort — and either would change the city’s primary election process.
The campaign behind a controversial initiative that would decriminalize personal amounts of almost all illegal drugs has ended its signature-gathering push to get the initiative on the Nov. 8 ballot.
Seven states are set to host primary elections Tuesday as the nation comes to terms with last week’s stunning Supreme Court ruling eliminating the constitutional right to an abortion.
An initiative that would alter the way Seattle elects mayors, city attorneys and City Council members is headed toward the November ballot.
The Washington Attorney General’s office has filed a complaint against a Sequim lawyer who has filed lawsuits making meritless claims of widespread voter fraud in Washington.