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Of the bar association’s 76 lawyers, 60 responded with ratings of 1-4 for the two Clallam County Superior Court judge candidates in each of four categories.
Gubernatorial candidates clash on issues of economy, the death penalty and where they see Washington heading.
Voting continues until 8 p.m. Nov. 8.
State Democrats hope to regain control of the Senate and Republicans have their eye on a majority in the House.
Kevin Van De Wege and Danille Turissini are vying for the 24th District state Senate seat being vacated by Jim Hargrove, who is retiring.
The Nov. 8 ballot measure to address climate change by taxing carbon pollution was debated at a Port Angeles Business Association meeting.
The event was scheduled for 6 p.m. at the Forks High School lunch room, 261 Spartan Ave.
The incumbent Democrat and his Republican opponent debated Clinton and Trump, as well as trade.
AAUW to host court justice for talk on Saturday in Port Townsend
The “extreme-risk protection orders,” modeled after domestic violence restraining orders, would require a court hearing and due process protections to remove guns from a person in crisis.
Another voter forum, this one Thursday in Port Townsend, will focus on ballot initiatives.
Mark Miloscia is a state senator with a background in conducting audits. Pat McCarthy runs one of Washington’s biggest county governments.
The incumbent’s Republican challenger is former Port of Seattle Commissioner Bill Bryant.
Democrat Hilary Franz, an environmental attorney, and Republican Steve McLaughlin, a retired Navy commander, are running to be public lands commissioner.
Initiative 732 sponsors say residents have a moral responsibility to curb greenhouse gas emissions. Businesses say the tax will drive up fuel and energy costs.
Randy Johnson and Ron Richards, who spoke to about 50 people at a forum Tuesday, are vying for the District 2 commissioner seat, which covers Port Angeles.
Four candidates answered questions from the public at the Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce event.
Brian Coughenour and Dave Neupert debate the issue at a League of Women Voters forum.
Candidates will discussion issues during event.
It’s the first time in state history that two GOP candidates have advanced to the general election in a statewide office race.