KIMA is looking at the race for State Senator District 15. We asked Jim Honeyford and Gabriel Munoz where the money is going to come from to fund public education for kindergarten through 12th grade.
KIMA is looking at the race for State Representative for District 14, Position Two. We asked Gina McCabe and Paul George their thoughts on Initiative 1351, which would mandate smaller class sizes.
KIMA is looking at the race for Yakima County Prosecutor. We asked Joe Brusic and Troy Clements how much being an insider running against an outsider matters for being effective as prosecutor.
KIMA is looking at the race for Kittitas County Clerk. We asked Val Barschaw and Sarah Keith why they're running.
KIMA is looking at the race for Yakima County Commissioner for District 3. Incumbent Rand Elliott and Curtis Vangstad were asked why they are running.
KIMA is looking at the race for Kittitas County's Commissioner. KIMA asked Obie O'Brien and Steve Verhey why they're running.
KIMA is looking at the race for Yakima County Clerk. We asked Sarah Matheny and Janelle Riddle what they see as the most important change they hope to implement in Yakima County.
KIMA is looking at the race for Yakima County's Auditor. KIMA asked Charles Ross and Micah Cawley why they're running.
KIMA is looking at a Yakima proposition that would lock down more money for parks. The Yakima City Council wants to set aside an additional $750,000 each year.
Grandview is looking for a yes or no vote on a school levy. The money would pay to replace the high school track and football field.
It's time for Wednesday evening's segment of "Know Your Candidates." Only this is about a yes or no vote in Sunnyside.
Despite any employment change, Sarah Matheny will still be on the ballot for Yakima County Clerk in November.
Sarah Matheny was a municipal court clerk, but she was punished after the state found she used her position to access records of her opponents in the county clerk race.
Judge Thomas Rice granted the American Civil Liberties Union's request for summary judgment in the case. Rice said the ACLU had shown evidence that the way Yakima elects city council members unfairly dilutes Latino votes.
Michael Scott Brumback received more than 3 percent of the vote in the Aug. 5 primary as a write-in candidate. That is well above the 1 percent needed for a write-in candidate to qualify for the general election.