Local Elections HEADLINES
A local campaign being waged at community fairs and chambers of commerce has drawn the attention of Big Tobacco, Big Beer and a San Francisco billionaire fighting global warming.
Kucinich will be at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation, 2300 East End St. NW, to speak about his support of the Yes on 522 campaign.
Tacoma’s utility chief and the city manager still don’t agree whether Tacoma Power will have to pass the costs of a utility tax increase to customers if voters approve it this fall.
Voters have approved the renewal of West Pierce Fire & Rescue’s excess levy to help pay its operating costs.
Live election results for the 2013 primary election
The Peninsula School Board voted unanimously Wednesday to put a $50 million capital levy on the November ballot to build an elementary school in north Gig Harbor and completely rebuild Artondale Elementary School on the south side of the peninsula.
An effort to move county elections to odd-numbered years has failed to garner enough support from the Pierce County Council, stopping the proposed charter amendment from moving to voters in November.
Passed over for appointment to a council seat in February, four people are now taking their case to voters on why they should be elected to the Lakewood City Council for the next four-plus years.
Mayoral races dominate the primary election landscape in East Pierce County this summer.
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