A moment of peaceful contemplation: That’s what some Seattle-area churches and community groups are trying to offer on the eve of this election. They say people are feeling anxious after a year of harsh political rhetoric.
Campaigns are still holding "get out the vote" rallies. They say they’ll be canvassing for voters through dinner time on Election Day.
Voters in Washington who don't support any major presidential candidates can write in any candidate they want. That includes former candidates like Bernie Sanders, Ted Cruz or average citizens.
There's been some confusion over write-in candidates in Washington. The state has a sore-loser law that says people who lose in the primary election can't be a write-in candidate. But that does not apply to the presidential race.