The results for the Aug. 6 primary election were officially certified on Aug. 20. There were no significant changes in the results. Here are the AAPI candidates (in italics) who will face off in the Nov. 5 general election. PORT Port of Seattle, Commissioner Position 2 Sam Cho 124,593 31.11 % Grant Degginger 98,117 24.5 […]
The first vote count in the Aug. 6 King County primary is in. And there was a big surprise in the race for Port of Seattle Commissioner, Position 2, with Sam Cho coming up on top.
Presidential candidate Andrew Yang said that “immigrants are being scapegoated” for reasons that have “nothing to do with our economy” during the second night of the Democratic debates on July 31.
Seattle City Council candidate Ami Nguyen and husband Dan Chhan with their new daughter. Caitlyn Chhan was born on July 20, 2019 and weighed 6 pounds, 10 ounces.
In the upcoming primary election, King County voters will have the opportunity to weigh in on four ballot measures and 56 races for a total of 218 candidates, including those running for city and county council, mayor, school board, and in special districts across the county.
Destiny seems to have groomed Shasti Conrad for a political career, specifically at a time in history when women and people of color are finding their voices on the social and political stage in the United States.
Eric Liu, the co-founder and CEO of Citizen University, said the upcoming primary election is a big opportunity for Seattle voters. A total of 55 candidates are running for seven district seats on the Seattle City Council, including incumbents.
A primary will be held on Tuesday, Aug. 6, to whittle down races of three or more candidates to just two. The general election is set for Tuesday, Nov. 5.
By Kai Curry Northwest Asian Weekly There were tears throughout the room as the campaign volunteer on the screen said, “We have a lot of work to do. The primary has ended. The injustice has not.” The event was a special screening of Netflix’s documentary, “Knock Down the House,” at the Riveter in Capitol Hill. […]
MIAMI — Democratic presidential candidate and entrepreneur Andrew Yang claimed that his microphone during the Democratic debate on June 27 was turned off at times. “A few times…where I just started talking, being like, ‘Hey, I’d like to add something there,’ and my mic was like, not on,” Yang said, adding that “I was talking […]