The Student Newspaper of Highline College


Students, community members have mixed reactions to election

Highline students and others around the community had mixed reactions to Tuesday’s election results.

Some said they hoped former Vice President Joe Biden would pull out a win, while others didn’t think who wins the presidency would make much difference in their lives.

Johnson, Walsh disagree on taxes in legislative race

Jesse Johnson says taxes can be put to good use, while Jack Walsh says they just take away jobs.

State Rep. Johnson, D-30th District, seeking election to Position 2 for the state House of Representatives after being appointed to the seat a year ago.

Taylor, Moore offer different perspectives in 30th district legislative race

Two candidates with ties to the Federal Way City Council are vying to fill an open legislative seat in the 30th District.

Current Federal Way City Councilmember Martin Moore is facing off against former City Council candidate Jamila Taylor for Position 1 for the state House of Representatives.

Highline students have mixed feelings on presidential election

Highline students say they aren’t thrilled with the choices in this year’s election.

With ballots mailed to registered voters in Washington state, voting has already begun. Results won’t be released until the night of Nov. 3.

Deadline approaches for voter registration

The deadline to register to vote online in this year’s election is Monday, Oct. 26.

If you are 18 a citizen and a resident of Washington state, you can register online at