Before you head into the November general election scratching your head, here’s a crash course on how elections work in the Evergreen State.
Ana Sofia Knauf / October 18, 2017
Seattle’s Election Day is just three weeks away! Haven’t had a chance to hear directly from our candidates yet? You’re in luck.
Ana Sofia Knauf / October 16, 2017
We’ve assembled a group of readers to ask Seattle candidates about their approaches to leadership and learning ahead of the November election.
Ana Sofia Knauf / October 12, 2017
What if we evaluated politicians based on how nimble and adaptable they are rather than their policy platforms?
The Evergrey / October 3, 2017
Here’s what a group of Seattleites thinks we need to know to be civically and culturally literate about our city.
The Evergrey / September 28, 2017
What do you need to know to know Seattle? Mayoral candidates Cary Moon and Jenny Durkan sent us their top ten lists.
The Evergrey / September 27, 2017
What do you need to know to know Seattle? Gene Balk, FYI Guy at The Seattle Times, shares his list, which includes some key stats on growth, housing, gentrification, and Subarus.
The Evergrey / September 26, 2017
A wild wild week in Seattle has left us with a ton of uncertainty. Here are four ways we’re the opposite of “stable” these days, and why it could be a good thing.
Mónica Guzmán / September 15, 2017
Things have been hectic at Seattle City Hall since former mayor Ed Murray stepped down last week over sexual abuse allegations and City Council President Bruce Harrell stepped up. Here’s what you need to know.
The Evergrey / September 13, 2017
A project focused on creating a list of things that every American should know inspired us to ask you this: What should every Seattleite know?
Anika Anand / August 31, 2017