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On the front pages


Here’s what public affairs news made the front page of newspapers in the Northwest today, excluding local crime, features and sports stories. (Newspaper names contracted with location)

A look ahead to what JUMP in Boise will be (Boise Statesman)
3 Idaho races to look at on Tuesday (Boise Statesman)
5 Idaho races to consider on Tuesday (IF Post Register)
Looking ahead to election this week (Lewiston Tribune)
Candidates linked to lobbyist donations (Nampa Press Tribune)
Caldwell council mulls president choice (Nampa Press Tribune)
Campaigns come to a close on Tuesday (Pocatello Journal)
Poll shows most Idaho Republicans ahead (TF Times News)

Eugene city hall project growing (Eugene Register Guard)
Pot businesses split on Measure 91 (KF Herald & News)
What’s behind a planned new tax district (KF Herald & News)
Are high schools preparing for college? (Medford Tribune)
Overview of Cylvia Hayes (Portland Oregonian)
Looking back on central races (Salem Statesman Journal)

Reviewing some local political ads (Bremerton Sun)
Ballot issues draw in heavy funding (Everett Herald)
Substantial money in Cowlitz races (Longview News)
Reviewing the Sheldon race (Seattle Times)
Clark County charter provision in review (Vancouver Columbian)
Next round for health insurance exchange (Vancouver Columbian)
Yakima Co jammed with $700k in settlement (Yakima Herald Republic)

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