King County voters will have a real preference this calendar year as they pick out an executive to guide the state’s largest county for the up coming 4 yrs.
That doesn’t seem to be like it should really be information. It’s a very lower bar to obvious — can we get just two individuals, running critical, funded campaigns, who want to lead the 12th largest county in the nation, overseeing an annual finances of much more than $6 billion?
But we haven’t cleared that bar in more than a 10 years.
This calendar year, as point out Sen. Joe Nguyen