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Secretary of State Wants Names and Addresses

SEATTLE (AP) — The secretary of state's office wants Republicans and Democrats to provide the names and addresses of any voters whose ballots have been collected by the parties or their affiliates.

State elections co-director Katie Blinn sent a letter Tuesday to the state party chairmen, their counterparts in the Democratic and Republican parties in King County, as well as the campaign managers for gubernatorial candidates Rob McKenna and Jay Inslee

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Races Heating Up For Election Day

SEATTLE (AP) — U.S. Sen. Maria Cantwell is likely to clinch her third term in the U.S. Senate, while the race for one of Washington's redrawn congressional districts remains a toss-up.

Cantwell, a Democrat, has led Republican newcomer Michael Baumgartner in the polls and in fundraising since the beginning of the campaign season

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Election Battles for House Seats in Olympia

SEATTLE (AP) — Whether Republicans or Democrats take control of the state Senate next year will be up to voters in a handful of districts.

Currently, the Democrats hold a 27 to 22 seat lead. But the two parties and their allies have poured millions of dollars into just a few districts, mostly located west of the Cascade Mountains

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Secretary of State Sam Reed on KIT’s Mike Bastinelli Show [AUDIO]

With the general election coming up on November 6, Washington voters are still looking for information. Washington's Secretary of State Sam Reed was a guest on Monday's Mike Bastinelli show, talking about the mechanics of our state's mail in voting system, what type of turn out is expected this year, and possible online voting in the future

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Yakima County Auditors Getting Ready for Election Night

The Yakima County Auditor’s Office is preparing for a busy night on Tuesday. Yakima County Auditor Corky Mattingly predicts a record amount of ballots. He expects upwards of 80 percent of the 105,000 ballots sent to county voters

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Washington Accessible Voter Pamphlet for People with Disabilities

ELLENSBURG, Wash. (AP) — An accessible voter's pamphlet is now available for Washington citizens who are visually impaired or have other disabilities that prevent them from reading the statewide voters pamphlet

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Big Change in The Ballot for The Upcoming Election

Some voters in the 14th and 15th legislative districts are noticing a big change in the ballot for the upcoming election. County Elections Manager Kathy Fisher says a redistricting plan approved by the state earlier this year means legislative district boundaries were redrawn in the 13th, 14th and 15th districts

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A Week Away From Election, Night Get Your Ballot In

Voters in Yakima County are taking their time. About 29 percent of the 105,000 ballots have been returned to the auditor's office as of today. Yakima County Auditor Corky Mattingly says more ballots are coming in as we get closer to the election

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Gubernatorial Candidate Jay Inslee on KIT’s Mike Bastinelli Show [AUDIO]

Jay Inslee is running as a Democrat for the governor's seat in next week's election. A former Selah attorney and congressman who represented both the 4th and 1st congressional districts, Inslee faces Republican Washington Attorney General Rob McKenna in the governor's race

On Tuesday's Mike Bastinelli show, Inslee talked about his opponent, campaign issues, and what he hopes to accomplish if elected

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Don’t Delay. Election Day is a Week Away

Election Day is one week away. With so many issues on the ballot county elections officials say you voters should do it soon. The sooner voters hand in ballots into the county auditors, the earlier it will get counted after polls close

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