From Our Corner Blog Posts

  • KOMO-TV’s Connie Thompson interviews Secretary Wyman. With the holidays approaching, commercial fundraisers will ask for donations they say will go to charities. But Secretary of State Kim Wyman and Attorney General Bob Ferguson are urging Washingtonians to think before they give. The two statewide officials spent Thursday morning doing TV and radio interviews to share […]
  • Our office’s next great historical exhibit, Washington 1889: Blazes, Rails & the Year of Statehood, should be ready for the public to see on Tuesday, Oct. 21.  Secretary Wyman enjoyed a sneak peak of the exhibit panels. She and our office’s Legacy Washington staff joined Washington State Historical Society Executive Director Jennifer Kilmer (second from […]
  • (Image courtesy of State Elections Division) Are you ready to vote in the General Election this fall? Make sure to first check your mail for one of the most useful educational tools you can have before you fill out your ballot! The centennial edition of the General Election Voters’ Pamphlet is being mailed throughout Washington […]
  • Secretary Wyman presents volunteer Rose Banks with the Roger Easton Award of Excellence. (Photo courtesy of  Mary Hammer) Hundreds of volunteers play an important role in our office, collectively devoting thousands of hours of their time doing tasks like transcribing and indexing digitized documents online using Scribe software for our State Digital Archives and doing on-site […]
  • It seemed like yesterday, not over a year ago, that the popular Grand Coulee to Grunge exhibit first appeared on the walls in our front lobby in the Capitol. The exhibit showcased what’s made Washington great and world famous since it attained statehood in 1889, including our triumphs in aerospace, agriculture, engineering and technology. The […]