TVW Video Voters Guide

TVW Video Voters' Guide

Washington State Lands Commissioner Hilary Franz is running for a second term. Franz is a Democrat. Her challenger is Republican Sue Kuehl Pederson.

We hear now from the candidates for TVW’s Video Voters Guide series.

WA School Superintendent Challenged By Latino Leader

Oct 12, 2020
TVW Video Voters' Guide

Washington State Superintendent Chris Reykdal faces a challenge from Maia Espinoza as he runs for a second term.

We hear now from the candidates for TVW’s Video Voters Guide series.

TVW Video Voters' Guide

Mike Kreidler is the dean of Washington statewide elected officials. The Democrat is seeking his sixth term as insurance commissioner. He’s challenged by Republican Chirayu Patel from Tacoma.

Here are their statements for TVW’s Video Voters Guide series.

Two Democrats Run To Replace WA's Lieutenant Governor

Oct 9, 2020
TVW Video Voters' Guide

Only one of the nine races for Washington statewide office is for an open seat. The incumbent, Democrat Cyrus Habib, is leaving office to study for the priesthood. He’ll be replaced by one of two Democrats, U-S Rep. Denny Heck or state Senator Marko Liias.

Here are their statements for TVW’s Video Voters Guide series.

TVW Video Voters' Guide

Washington state Treasurer Duane Davidson is running for a second term. His office handles the money for the state and oversees its investments. The Republican from Benton County is challenged by Democratic state Representative Mike Pellicciotti [pella-chee-OTTY], a former state prosecutor.

Here are their statements for TVW’s Video Voters Guide series.

TVW Video Voters' Guide

Tonight [Wednesday], Washington Governor Jay Inslee and Republican Loren Culp, the police chief of Republic, will hold their first and only debate.

We’ll preview tonight’s forum with their statements for TVW’s Video Voters Guide series.

Courtesy of Mike Padden

Sen. Mike Padden (R-Spokane Valley) is running for another term in the Senate in Washington’s Fourth Legislative District. His opponent is former Spokane County Commissioner John Roskelley.

In this interview, Padden talks with Doug Nadvornick about the issues he considers most important for the 2021 legislature, about his support for a special session. Doug also asks his positions on other issues, including the state’s response to the coronavirus, funding for public health and wildfire prevention and suppression, and police reform.

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Democrat John Roskelley is challenging Sen. Mike Padden for a seat in Washington’s Fourth Legislative District. Roskelley is a former Spokane County commissioner.

In this interview, Roskelley tells Doug Nadvornick about the issues he considers most important for the 2021 legislature. Doug asks his positions on a variety of issues, including the state’s response to the coronavirus, funding for public health and wildfire prevention and suppression, and police reform.

TVW Video Voters' Guide

Washington Secretary of State Kim Wyman is running for a third term. She’s in charge of running the state election system. The Republican from Thurston County is challenged by Democratic state Representative Gael Tarleton from Seattle.  

Here are their statements for TVW’s Video Voters Guide series.

TVW Video Voters' Guide

Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson is running for a third term. The Democrat from Seattle is a former King County councilmember. He is challenged by Woodinville attorney Matt Larkin, who is the Chief Legal Counsel for his family’s manufacturing business in Bothell. He’s a Republican.

Here are their statements for TVW’s Video Voters Guide series.

TVW Video Voters' Guide

Two of the three races for Washington Supreme Court in the November election are contested. In one, Justice G. Helen Whitener faces Winlock attorney Richard Serns.

Here are their statements for TVW’s Video Voters Guide series.

TVW Video Voters' Guide

Washington voters will decide races for three state Supreme Court seats in November. In one, Justice Raquel Montoya-Lewis faces Federal Way Municipal Court Judge Dave Larson.

Here are their statements for TVW’s Video Voters Guide series.

Washington's Supreme Court Chief Justice Runs Unopposed

Sep 28, 2020
TVW Video Voters' Guide

Washington voters will decide races for three state Supreme Court seats in November. Two of the races are contested. In the third, Chief Justice Debra Stephens is running unopposed.

Nonetheless, we present Justice Stephens here as part of TVW’s Video Voters Guide series.

TVW Video Voters' Guide

Washington voters will vote on Referendum 90 in November. Shall the state’s public schools teach a comprehensive sex education program approved this year by the legislature? Opponents of the bill, in the middle of the pandemic, gathered enough signatures to put it to a vote of the people.

Here are two views, one pro, one con. These are part of TVW’s Video Voters Guide series.