Democrat Carolyn Long checks initial returns in Washington’s Aug. 7, 2018, primary election. Long will face Republican Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler in the state’s 3rd Congressional District during November’s General Election.
- We’ve been dealing with wildfires wrong. OPB’s EarthFix has a new series that explores why we keep mishandling fires and the consequences of doing so. EarthFix editor David Steves and investigative and data reporter Tony Schick tell us more.
- Last month, people interested in “self-knowledge through numbers” attended the Quantified Self Conference in Portland. Allen Neuringer, an emeritus professor of psychology at Reed College and early proponent of self-experimentation, gave the opening plenary. He’ll join us to discuss what he’s learned from his own and his students’ self-experiments and how this method has impacted his behavioral psychology research.
- We hear from Democrat Carolyn Long, who is challenging Republican Congresswoman Jaime Herrera Beutler in Washington’s third Congressional district. Long is a political science professor at Washington State University. This is her first run for public office. Herrera Beutler declined our invitation to appear on “Think Out Loud” with her opponent.
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