The Pierce County Auditor’s Office is opening a special appointment period to recruit individuals to write “Against” committee statements for the August 2, 2016, Primary Election Local Voters’ Pamphlet in the following districts:
Pierce County – Monday marks the beginning of filing week, the weeklong deadline for those seeking to run for office this November. With its start comes the exciting news that Dr. Mari Leavitt (D-University Place) the Deputy Director of Pierce County Connections, the county department in charge of delivering support services for local families, seniors, […]
By Chris Kimball At the risk of offending some readers, triggering their sensitivities, and causing them to retreat to their safe-spaces, allow me to wade into controversy by commenting on the May 13th article by Rosalind Brazel, “Chain Gang Protest Against Sen. O’Ban.”
Candidate filing begins Monday, May 16 with the Pierce County Auditor’s Office.
Incomplete. That’s the score NARAL Pro-Choice Washington gives the Washington state legislature in our first annual legislative scorecard, which takes a hard look at individual legislators’ records on issues that impact women and reproductive rights during the past session.
There were no ringing bells or cascading balloons and confetti. There was no pomp and circumstance. No one got on the loudspeaker, amid cheers, and announced what had just transpired. Read more: Matt Driscoll: State’s 4 millionth voter is an 18-year-old millennial from Lakewood | The News Tribune
Three Republican candidates hoping to replace the outgoing Pierce County Executive will speak at the monthly meeting of the 28th District Republican Club at 11 a.m. Saturday, April 23, at the Cloverleaf Restaurant. Club members and the public are invited to hear State Sen. Bruce Dammeier, former member of the Washington Legislature Larry Faulk, and […]
Award-winning communicator Linda Farmer is running for Pierce County Council, District 6. Farmer, a Democrat, works as the Director of Communications for the Pierce County Library System. She currently serves on the Pierce County Charter Review Commission.
By Vivian Foster The Vote Yes campaign supporting formation of the UP Metropolitan Park District has received endorsements from key community organizations and businesses, most recently the Editorial Board of the Tacoma News Tribune and West Pierce Fire & Rescue Commission.
By Betsy Tainer A public information meeting regarding the proposed University Place Metropolitan Park District will be held in the Meeting Room at the University Place Library on Sunday, April 3 (3:30 pm) and again on Tuesday, April 5 (6:30 pm).