Hendricks has housing plan
With the end of the 2020 general election just around the corner — please remember to get those ballots into a ballot drop box by 8 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 3 — we wanted to kick off this Cheers & Jeers column with a resounding CHEERS for the League of Women Voters of Clark County.
Back in 2016, while campaigning for president, Donald Trump discovered a useful tactic for drawing the votes of disgruntled blue-collar workers: denouncing the loss of U.S. manufacturing jobs and promising to restore them.
Clark County’s COVID-19 numbers continued to surge this week, bumping the county even further into the red “high activity” zone and shattering the hope that local students might return to their classrooms before the Thanksgiving holiday.
Clark County voters should be confident that election results accurately reflect their choices.
It’s time for Carolyn Long in 3rd District
Vote yes on Washougal’s Prop 9
In the days following the first presidential debate between Donald Trump and Joe Biden I observed two important lessons.
We know spending hours of your free time listening to political debates isn’t something anyone (except maybe a few political journalists who live for the thrill of election season) really wants to do right now, especially in the middle of a deadly global pandemic that our current president seems hellbent on spreading far and wide despite public health experts’ dire warnings against shooting for “herd immunity.”
Reflecting on racism as a white woman