Adam Wilson expounds on Washington state government, workers and politics. Wilson began covering those issues for the Olympian in 2004. Previously, he reported on the Idaho Legislature and Eastern Washington politics for the Lewiston Morning Tribune. He can be reached at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The media coverage was trying to put Obama in his proper historical context as the first black man to win a major party nomination, but Obama used the time for offense.
The people speak on Obama
Asked Insurance Commissioner Mike Kreidler, who's been in that office for two terms and will be 65 by election time, if this is the last round-up.
Close election races listed, while everyone else has fun in Denver.
The WPEA comes to terms first with the governor's bargaining team.
Talks between the state and state unions continue, possibly for another two weeks.
Looks like eight out of 124 legislative races will be one-party contests, but that isn't the same list as close races.
Former transportation secretary fought performance audits, but came to be a student of one.
Rep. Jim Dunn out, Sen. Mike Carrell in 50-50 race.
Looks like Republican Michael Delavar's anti-war platform worked.
Despite months of campaigning and millions spent, neither the Democrat nor the Republican predict victory.
It's primary election day, so get your patriotism on.
Already running from behind on building the system, the Employment Security Department tries to get around the hiring freeze.
Will the hiring freeze derail the tax credit computer system underway? No, because it is not expected to be used.
The right phone number was sending people to the wrong state for health insurance questions earlier this week.