Imagine the newspaper of the rich and the business elites of the Pacific Northwest, the Seattle Times, telling people how to vote in elections this year.  This newspaper is terrible: including general non-objectivity, ignoring or waving away the theft of elections right in their "jurisdictional" backyard in the last eight years, helping Sherril Huff win the election of 2011 as Director of Elections in King County by not covering the opposition election campaign at all, and not even giving the results of all candidates' (in all manner of elections) vote totals in a widely-viewed format of their paper.  This is not a newspaper for commoners.  We hope voters take their election advice with a grain of salt, but more than anything we hope that voters think for themselves rather than letting a very small collection of elites tell them how to vote.

[revised on 2/12/2013]

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Mark is probably the only politician in Washington that had the temerity to keep the 2004 election shenanigans in the news as late as 2012 and to call out names. Help us solve the mystery of "The Other Curious Election of 2004" (WA 9th Congressional District U.S. Rep. primary) by contacting real journalists and asking them to look into it. Elections are too important for shams to be ignored and for accountability to be neglected.

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