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The Analysts

The Presidential Race and Washington State’s Governor’s Race Examined

An in-depth discussion on the top election issues facing Washington voters.

October 19, 2016

With less than three weeks to go, The Analysts  rev up their discussion of state and national politics. Joni Balter, KCTS9 political analyst, and C.R. Douglas, political analyst for Q13, offer their insights into many of the momentous choices facing Washington voters. Perhaps you are wondering how Hillary Clinton might fare against Donald Trump in our state? Are you curious about how the presidential race might trickle down to statewide races, such as the governor and lieutenant governor races? Maybe you are perplexed by some of the statewide initiatives. The Analysts weigh in.

 



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Joni Balter

Joni Balter is a multi-media journalist and lecturer at Seattle University and the University of Washington Evans Graduate School of Public Policy and Governance. A KCTS 9 political analyst and advisor, she has contributed to KUOW and Bloomberg View, and was a columnist for The Seattle Times. More stories by Joni Balter

C.R. Douglas

C.R. Douglas has worked his entire TV career in the Seattle area. Before joining Q13 full-time as a Political Analyst, he spent nine years as the Public Affairs Host for the Seattle Channel. Prior to that, he hosted a show on PBS-affiliate KBTC/TV. He has won four Emmy Awards (NW Region).

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