By Manuel Valdes The Associated Press SEATTLE (AP) — If pollster Matt Barreto is right, then Latino voters in Washington were one of the key factors in Gov.-elect
BLOG: Who did they vote for?
By Assunta Ng I asked some of my more secretive friends who they voted for governor, but not everyone is willing to share that information, especially the independents.
BLOG: McKenna’s Asian supporters
By Assunta Ng It was tough for Rob McKenna’s supporters to accept defeat. These folks had poured their heart, money, and time into his campaign.
EDITORIAL: Why Rob McKenna lost the governor’s race
When the final votes were counted, Democrat Jay Inslee walked away as the governor of the state of Washington, winning 51.25% of the vote.
PICTORIAL: Scenes from Election Day
Photos by George Liu/NWAW, Charles Lam/NWAW, Rebecca Ip/SCP, and Assunta Ng/NWAW
Washington GOP believe numbers ‘are heading in the right direction’
By Charles Lam Northwest Asian Weekly The Republican Election Night Headquarters was calm Tuesday night, Nov. 6
BLOG: Temptations facing a newspaper publisher
By Assunta Ng The recent controversy involving the Seattle Times publisher’s support of Republican gubernatorial candidate Rob McKenna by giving free advertising worth over $70,000 puzzles a little publisher like me.
COMMENTARY: APIs need to vote
By Rahul Gupta APACE Board Member On behalf of APACE Asian and Pacific Islander Americans have several beliefs in common. Our families need to be strong, our elders need security, and our children deserve a fair shot at a prosperous future. Our proud history as
Inslee, McKenna appear at communities of color forum
By Charles Lam Northwest Asian Weekly Washington Communities of Color United for Progress hosted a legislative discussion day and candidate forum to
Northwest Asian Weekly celebrates its 30th anniversary
By Charles Lam The Northwest Asian Weekly The Northwest Asian Weekly celebrated its 30th anniversary last Friday, Oct. 5, with about 650 guests at the Seattle