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Nov 4 Election Coverage | The Vote, The Results RECORDING OF LIVE SHOW

Election 2014 Results | 11/7/2014

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Countdown to the Vote | 10/29/14

Preview the important races and critical issues facing voters in the November 4 Election, featuring exclusive results from The KCTS 9 Washington Poll. Hosted by Enrique Cerna, with special guests: Prof. Matt Barreto, former Congressman Brian Baird, political strategist Chris Vance, and news analyst Joni Balter.

Gallery: KCTS9 Washington Poll Results

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Gun Control Debate | 10/22/14

 In November, voters in Washington must decide between two opposing initiatives dealing with gun control. I-594 would require background checks on nearly all gun sales in the state of Washington, closing the so-called "gun show loophole" that allows sales of handguns at trade shows. I-591 would prohibit any state agency from requiring background checks on gun sales unless and until there is a uniform national standard for background checks. Enrique Cerna moderates a debate with guests Don Pierce, former Bellingham Police Chief (pro I-594) and Phil Shave, Executive Director, Washington Arms Collectors (pro I-591).

1st Congressional District Debate | 10/15/14

Incumbent Democratic Congresswoman Suzan DelBene squares off against Republican challenger Pedro Celis in a debate over critical local issues such as jobs and immigration, as well as pressing national issues including racial violence in Ferguson, Missouri and renewed U. S. Military action in Iraq. Hosted by Enrique Cerna and Deborah Wang.


Live National Election Day Coverage

See the live, real-time election results of races around the nation on PBS Newshour.


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