Politics

[2/21/20] Interview with Brad Hawkins

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Brad Hawkins talks with host Jeff Conwell on KOZI’s second cup show.

[1/31/20] Brad Hawkins’ KOZI interview

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Senator Brad Hawkins was a guest on KOZI’s Second Cup morning show with Jeff Conwell this week. Take a listen to the complete interview.

[12/9/19] Senator Brad Hawkins shares community connection with KOZI

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(AUDIO) Senator Hawkins discusses the upcoming 2020 legislative session with KOZI’s Jeff Conwell.

[8/21/19] Pressure Mounts On Shea to Resign

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Numerous opponents are calling for a conservative state lawmaker to resign after reports that he was collecting intelligence on local progressive leaders. The union of the Spokane Police Department has joined Spokane City Council members in calling for state Rep. Matt Shea’s resignation. The Guardian and The Spokesman-Review have recently reported that the Spokane Valley […]

[8/15/19] Hawkin’s “Listening Tour” Hits the Road in September

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Sen. Brad Hawkins has announced the times and locations for his third annual 12th District “listening tour” in early September. Similar to his first two listening tours, Hawkins will visit all four counties in the legislative district with his legislative staff.  This year’s tour builds on previous tours, returning to Leavenworth, Cashmere, Quincy, Wenatchee, Pateros, Twisp, […]

[8/8/19] Repeal of Affirmative Action Makes Ballot

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A measure that seeks to repeal an initiative to restore affirmative action in Washington state will be on the November ballot. The secretary of state’s office said yesterday that it certified Referendum 88 for the general election. The opponents of Initiative 1000, which passed the Legislature in April, had 90 days to gather 129,811 valid […]

[8/6/19] Inslee Campaign Costs Washingtonians Thousands

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Gov. Jay Inslee has spent more than half his days traveling out of state on the campaign trail in the five months since declaring his candidacy for the Democratic presidential nomination. Between March 1 and the end of July, Inslee was on the road for all or parts of 90 days out of 153, or […]

[8/6/19] Did you Vote Today-Deadline 8PM

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It’s Primary Election Day in Washington state. Ballots must be postmarked today or placed in a ballot drop box before 8 tonight. On the ballot for Chelan County this primary are the mayoral positions for the Cities of Chelan and Entiat, City of Wenatchee City Council Member District At-Large A and Peshastin Water District Commissioner […]

[8/1/19] First Female Speaker for Washington State

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Democrats have elected the first female speaker of the House in Washington state. State Rep. Laurie Jinkins of Tacoma was chosen yesterday after a caucus meeting and vote at a hotel conference room in SeaTac. She was one of four women representatives seek the top spot after Frank Chopp, the state’s longest-serving speaker, announced he […]

[7/9/19] Long Runs Again

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Democrat Carolyn Long has announced that she will once again seek to unseat incumbent Republican U.S. Representative Jaime Herrera Beutler. Yesterday, Long held three kickoff events across Washington’s 3rd Congressional District – which covers the southernmost portion of western and central Washington. Long was a political newcomer in her 2018 race, but the Washington State […]