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Rep. Monica Stonier, left, chats with Sybill Hyppolite, government affairs director for the Washington State Labor Council, as they share family photos at Latte Da Coffee House &amp; Wine Bar on Monday afternoon.

Vancouver Rep. Monica Stonier files for reelection as filing week continues

Rep. Monica Stonier, left, chats with Sybill Hyppolite, government affairs director for the Washington State Labor Council, as they share family photos at Latte Da Coffee House &amp; Wine Bar on Monday afternoon.

May 8, 2024, 6:03am Clark County News

The second day of filing week at the Clark County Elections office wrapped up Tuesday evening with 249 candidates declaring their intentions to run for federal, state or county office. Read story

It's official but not much of a surprise: Rep. Marie Gluesenkamp Perez, from left, Joe Kent and Leslie Lewallen have filed to run for the 3rd Congressional District seat help by Perez. Filing week runs through Friday for the August primary.

Filing week begins at Clark County Elections Office with rush of candidates

It's official but not much of a surprise: Rep. Marie Gluesenkamp Perez, from left, Joe Kent and Leslie Lewallen have filed to run for the 3rd Congressional District seat help by Perez. Filing week runs through Friday for the August primary.

May 6, 2024, 6:45pm Clark County News

The first day of filing week at the Clark County Elections Office wrapped up Monday evening with 161 candidates declaring their intentions to run for federal, state or county office. Read story

Gov. Jay Inslee, from left, talks with junior and environmental club president Isaac Segal, 17, as he stops by with Department of Ecology staff to hear about air quality monitoring being conducted at a station at Mountain View High School on Wednesday morning. The site is owned and operated by the Department of Ecology in partnership with the school and the Southwest Clean Air Agency.

Gov. Jay Inslee visits air quality monitoring site at Mountain View High School

Gov. Jay Inslee, from left, talks with junior and environmental club president Isaac Segal, 17, as he stops by with Department of Ecology staff to hear about air quality monitoring being conducted at a station at Mountain View High School on Wednesday morning. The site is owned and operated by the Department of Ecology in partnership with the school and the Southwest Clean Air Agency.

May 1, 2024, 3:34pm Clark County News

Students in the Mountain View High School environmental club are passionate about reducing waste and keeping the air clean. Read story

Rep. Sharon Wylie, D-Vancouver for 49th District.

Rep. Wylie seeking reelection to state House for 49th Legislative District

Rep. Sharon Wylie, D-Vancouver for 49th District.

May 1, 2024, 6:08am Clark County News

Rep. Sharon Wylie, D-Vancouver, announced today she is seeking reelection to Washington’s 49th Legislative District, a seat she’s held since 2011. Read story

Hannah Joy, candidate for Legislature (Contributed photo)

Carson Republican Hannah Joy to seek 17th Legislative District House seat, Position 2

Hannah Joy, candidate for Legislature (Contributed photo)

May 1, 2024, 6:07am Clark County News

Carson Republican Hannah Joy announced last week she is again running to represent the 17th Legislative District, Position 1, in the state House of Representatives. Read story

Incumbent 3rd District Rep.

3rd Congressional District candidates discuss foreign aid, a central issue in campaign

Incumbent 3rd District Rep.

April 30, 2024, 6:08am Clark County News

Foreign aid is becoming a central issue in the race for Southwest Washington’s 3rd Congressional District. Read story

Janet and Phil Landesberg sued for the right to display political signs more than 60 days before an election, as previously required by their homeowners association at Fairway Village in east Vancouver.

East Vancouver couple prevail over homeowners association on when political signs can go up before election

Janet and Phil Landesberg sued for the right to display political signs more than 60 days before an election, as previously required by their homeowners association at Fairway Village in east Vancouver.

April 27, 2024, 6:13am Clark County News

Homeowners associations can no longer dictate when residents put up political yard signs thanks to a Vancouver couple’s lawsuit. Read story

Marla Keethler, Candidate for state Senate (Contributed photo)

White Salmon Mayor Marla Keethler to run for state Senate seat

Marla Keethler, Candidate for state Senate (Contributed photo)

April 26, 2024, 6:02am Clark County News

Marla Keethler, mayor of White Salmon and a career sports producer, announced her candidacy for state Senate in Washington’s newly redrawn 17th Legislative District on Thursday. Read story

Washington State Public Disclosure Commission discusses AI, money in politics at monthly event in Vancouver

April 25, 2024, 6:00am Clark County News

The Washington State Public Disclosure Commission held its regular monthly meeting Wednesday at the Hilton Vancouver Washington as part of an ongoing effort to do more outreach throughout the state. Read story

Republican 3rd Congressional District candidate Leslie Lewallen talks with Elden Ferris of Vancouver at a Monday meeting of the Southwest Washington Federated Republican Women.

3rd Congressional District candidate Leslie Lewallen shares vision at meeting hosted by Republican group

Republican 3rd Congressional District candidate Leslie Lewallen talks with Elden Ferris of Vancouver at a Monday meeting of the Southwest Washington Federated Republican Women.

April 23, 2024, 6:24pm Clark County News

Fellow Republicans asked 3rd Congressional District candidate Leslie Lewallen pointed questions about her record and candidacy Monday night. Read story