NATION & WORLD

North Whatcom races too close to call

By RALPH SCHWARTZ Staff Reporter

November 8, 2022 at 10:03 p.m.


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Preliminary general election results

Results will be certified Nov. 29

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Washington hasn’t elected a Republican to the Senate since 1994

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Live Election Day coverage: Beginning at 5 p.m.

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Party donations seek to sway 42nd District races

North Whatcom district state's biggest draw for campaign dollars

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GOVERNMENT

Housing, veterans' needs the focus of Larsen meetings

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Candidates don’t see single-payer health care as short-term goal

Push for prescription price caps, increased eligibility to reduce costs

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Gun legislation splits candidates neatly, but not perfectly, by party lines

Main division in access to weapons; all recognize lack of mental health services

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TRANSPORTATION

Cantwell visits Whatcom County to tout Lummi Island ferry grant

Whatcom Chief to get a hybrid-electric replacement

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ELECTIONS

Wednesday update changes nothing in local primaries

Latest ballot count confirms initial projections

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Whatcom, Skagit ballots under GOP scrutiny since 2020

Whatcom auditor assures voters elections are secure

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Early numbers suggest strong voter turnout in Whatcom

County primary ballots featured three contested races in the 42nd