February 23, 2010
NEW — 6 a.m. Feb. 23, 2010
Local Democrats endorsed candidates Greg Hoover and Dean Willard in the race to represent Issaquah in Olympia.
Hoover, a Sammamish real estate agent and real estate attorney, seeks the seat held by Republican Jay Rodne, a North Bend attorney appointed to the state House in 2004 when then-5th District representative Cheryl Pflug became a state senator.
Willard, a Sammamish information technology consultant and a former vice president at Bellevue-based T-Mobile, will run against Republican Glenn Anderson, a Fall City resident first elected to the House in 2000.
December 2, 2008
The majority of voters in Issaquah’s two legislative districts voted party line — 5th District voters re-elected incumbent Republicans and the 41st District voted in a slate of Democrats. Read more
November 11, 2008
Other incumbents win easily, ballot issues also decided
Apart from momentous results in the race for U.S. president, the Nov. 4 election also delivered important decisions for regional races and issues. Read more
November 6, 2008
NEW — 3:33 p.m. November 6, 2008
Here are updated election results for the 5th and 41st districts, and Issaquah’s fire bond to build a new station: Read more
November 5, 2008
NEW — 11:11 a.m. November 5, 2008
Here are election results for the 5th and 41st districts, and Issaquah’s fire bond to build a new station:
October 28, 2008
Cheryl Pflug tops donations with $160,000 reported so far
Political campaign dollars are flowing freely this season, with incumbents raking in the lion’s share as usual. Also as usual, a look at the donors reveals a lot about the candidates they support in the Nov. 4 general election.