Yakima businessman Ben Shoval said internal polling showed it was unlikely he would win the 14th Legislative District seat.
Candidates who have filed to run in the August primary election in Yakima, Kittitas and Benton Counties.
State Rep. Norm Johnson of Yakima says he will run for a fourth term.
Jose Trevino is a Granger City Council member and a fraud investigator with the Washington State Department of Labor and Industries.
Steve Driscoll, an employee at the Yakima County Juvenile Justice Center, announced his run for clerk Tuesday. The Republican will join Janelle Riddle and Kathleen Clark in the race.
Gina McCabe, a Republican from Goldendale, will launch her campaign Thursday at Franklin Park in Yakima. McCabe will join Ben Shoval and Adam Yoest in the race to replace Rep. Charles Ross.
Yakima Democrat Tony Sandoval says he'll join the race to replace retiring Rep. Doc Hastings.
Another candidate is eyeing Doc Hastings' seat in Congress. Democrat Estakio Beltran kicked off his bid in Downtown Yakima Thursday.
A 6-hour 911 outage is over. It's still not clear what caused the interruption in emergency phone service.
Democrat Estakio Beltran will officially kick off his bid to replace Rep. Doc Hastings on Thursday.
Jim Keightley, who spent 25 years with Washington State Patrol and now works for the Ellensburg Police Department, announced his candidacy Wednesday.
Another candidate has announced plans to replace Doc Hastings. The field's at eight now with the Kennewick attorney George Cicotte throwing his hat into the ring. Cicotte says he wants to fix the damage caused by Obamacare, create workable and ethical immigration laws, and balance the federal budget.
Yakima Mayor Micah Cawley officially launched his campaign Tuesday morning outside the Yakima County Courthouse.
Jamie Wheeler, a Tri-Cities woman who has worked in a number of volunteer positions, announced she will run for the congressional seat being vacated by Doc Hastings.
Kennewick attorney George Cicotte says he'll officially launch his campaign for Congress next week.