COLUMN, Elections, Washington County

From the newsroom: What to expect from our newsroom for election coverage

A 2019 sign in front of the Banks Public Library noting the official drop box location. Photo: Chas Hundley

Here we are, 40 days from the November 3 election. It might seem like an arbitrary number, and you’re probably right, but for our newsroom, it marks a mad scramble to try to fit as much coverage as we can into the coming weeks as we march closer and closer to Election Day. Here’s what to expect from us. 

We’re covering a number of local race, and in keeping with our hyperlocal focus, we’ll be devoting much of our resources to writing first about local races. In Banks, that means the mayoral race, a number of city council races, and a measure that would annex just over 1 acre into the city. We’ll also be covering two Washington . . .

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