An archive of election stories that have appeared in the Moscow-Pullman Daily News.

All Latah County votes are counted but considered unofficial until they can be canvassed next week. There are still more than 4,000 ballots to be counted across Whitman County. Results of the next ballot count are expected to be released Wednesday, Nov. 6.

Voter turnout at last week’s Moscow City Council election was much higher than the three previous city elections, according to information provided by Latah County Election Director Jennifer Henrichs. The election of three women also  means the council will remain a female majority as five of the six council seats will be filled by women come January.

As the Whitman County Auditor’s Office counts the remaining ballots, Pullman Regional Hospital’s $29 million bond continues to be failing by a slim of margins as of Tuesday evening.

Pullman Regional Hospital’s $29 million bond has met the minimum voter turnout it needs to be valid, but has received slightly less than 60 percent approval from voters, with 500 ballots left to count as of Friday evening.

Pullman Regional Hospital’s $29 million bond has inched closer to having enough votes for certification, but with an estimated 1,000 ballots still left to be counted in Whitman County’s elections, “yes” votes have dipped slightly below the 60…

Despite concern expressed by some residents, the massive sign endorsing Moscow City Council candidates Kelsey Berends, Brandon Mitchell and James Urquidez draped across a Jackson Street grain silo in Moscow adheres to the city code, Moscow Co…

A statewide measure on this year’s ballot that would remove vehicle taxes and fees would not have an immediate effect on Pullman or Whitman County’s budget, but it could lead to problems in the future.

The Pullman Regional Hospital Board of Commissioners on Tuesday confirmed that only ballots properly filled out — with no “undervote” or “overvote” — will be considered valid pertaining to the hospital’s $29 million bond measure in this fall’…

With the exit of Troy Mayor Ken Whitney Jr., two sitting city councilors have put their hat in the ring for the seat, to be challenged by longtime resident Jeff Shrewsberry.

Pullman Regional Hospital’s CEO addressed questions Thursday about why only taxpayers living in Pullman’s city limits are being asked to shoulder a $29 million bond for a hospital that also serves patients from outside the city.

About 100 people packed the 1912 Center on Wednesday night to tune into the six Moscow City Council candidates’ views on property taxes, the relationship between religion and government and several other issues in the city and region.

The Idaho State Voter Registration System was down for about an hour Tuesday afternoon, preventing unregistered Idaho voters or those who needed to change their registration from voting, said Latah County Clerk Henrianne Westberg.

The six Moscow City Council candidates outlined their top priorities and ways to attract businesses to town, if elected, during the Good Samaritan Society-Moscow’s candidate forum Tuesday in the main lounge of the Moscow Village.

Moscow City Council candidates responded to questions about water, downtown educational institutions and several other topics at a Moscow Chamber of Commerce candidate forum Wednesday at the Best Western Plus University Inn in Moscow.