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Elections

1924 and 1933 - and Deja Vu in 2016

By John ServaisOn Nov 09, 2016

A dire prediction of the Trump presidency, one that hopefully will not come true. But if he does as he promised, as history suggests, then he may repeat history. They [...]

A Proud Vote for Hillary Clinton

By John ServaisOn Nov 07, 2016

I am pleased and proud to have had the opportunity to vote for Hillary Clinton for president of the United States. While I had hopes for Bernie Sanders because he [...]

YES on I-732 Fits Conservative & Liberal Values

By John ServaisOn Nov 04, 2016

Beware the deceptive and very last minute anti-732 campaign. Vote YES on initiative 732. The Carbon Tax is really neutral as our sales taxes and other taxes will be reduced by [...]

Millennial vs Millennial - Presidential Vote

By John ServaisOn Nov 03, 2016

Recently I received a challenge from a millennial to my preference for Hillary Clinton for president. Instead of answering myself - I’m over 70 - I tossed it to another [...]

Voting Recommendations 2016 - and More

By John ServaisOn Oct 25, 2016

Update - Sun, Nov 6 - two additional items. Link to League of Women Voters videos of their candidate and issue forums in October. Oct 15: US Congressional 1st and 2nd, EMS [...]

Election Forum - This Saturday Morning

By John ServaisOn Oct 13, 2016

The League of Women Voters is holding the third of three political forums this Saturday morning, Oct 22 at 9:30 am. The first was held on Saturday, Oct 15, the second on Tuesday [...]

Erin Jones’ campaign for boss of state schools takes a hit

By Ralph SchwartzOn Sep 02, 2016

Living in a left-leaning state with a top-two primary, liberal voters in Washington sometimes must look for finer shades of distinction between the candidates who make it to the general [...]

Boring, predictable Trump plays to conservative Lynden crowd

By Ralph SchwartzOn May 07, 2016

An eight-car motorcade of black and silver SUVs and vans received thunderous cheers as it sped onto the dirt field in the center of the arena at the Northwest Washington [...]

An Open Letter to U.S. Representative Rick Larsen

By David CampOn Apr 26, 2016

In Washington state we have pioneered, thanks to vigorous and politically-active citizens and a robust citizen initiative process, the re-legalization of cannabis. Voters overwhelmingly approved - 59% yea to 41% nay - [...]

Five districts pass; GOP incites conservatives to fight map in court

By Ralph SchwartzOn Apr 21, 2016

Democrats are confident and are celebrating victory after getting the five-district map they wanted at the final meeting of the Whatcom County Districting Committee on Wednesday, April 20. Meanwhile, conservatives are [...]

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