Local Democrats endorse hopefuls in state House races

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.

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Fifth District incumbents win, Democrats take 41st seats

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

Voters pick Glenn Anderson by narrow margin

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

Election results — NEW— 5th and 41st districts, and Issaquah fire bond

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

Election results — 5th District, 41st District, Issaquah fire bond

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:

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Campaign money follows political power

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.

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