Our endorsements for the November general election drop next Wednesday.
Our endorsements for the November general election drop next Wednesday, October 14. James Yamasaki's Stranger Cover for our 2018 Endorsements

What happens right now, and over the next few weeks, feels like it will determine the fate of our entire fucking democracy. That’s heavy stuff. But try not to stress. We’ll get through it together.

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    Speaking of voting, if you live in King County, your ballots get mailed out next Wednesday, October 14. (No, they didn’t get dumped in some creek like our belligerent president just claimed, unchecked, on a national debate stage.)

    On the same day ballots get mailed out, The Stranger will drop its endorsements. That great big feature will help you make sense of all the boring-ass races you probably haven’t thought about. (Like the superintendent of public schools! Have you thought about that race? It’s really fucking important!!)

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