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Snohomish County, Happy Hunger Games! And may the odds be ever in your favor

SNOHOMISH COUNTY, Wash., May 20, 2023—Elections in Snohomish County have officially kicked off, and like usual, filing week was full of surprises. From a father-son duo vying for Snohomish City Council to entire races in five cities and two school districts uncontested, this election season is going to be a game of strategy, wit, and do I dare say…drama!

At exactly 5:01 p.m., on Friday, May 19, Jen Winckler, President of the League of Women Voters of Snohomish County, joined Wendy Mauch, Elections Supervisor, to begin the candidate lot drawing; a process of determining the order candidates will appear on the ballot. The lot draw is a manual process of rotating a sealed net-like golden tub called the “Bingo Barrel” containing the letters A through Z. Each letter is on a wooden scrabble piece located in a closed black opaque film canister to ensure fairness and randomness in the order selection.

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Jen Winckler, President of the League of Women Voters of Snohomish County, joined Wendy Mauch, Snohomish County Elections Supervisor, performing the Candidate Lot Drawing at the Snohomish County Auditor’s Office on Friday, May 19, 2023. SOURCE: Lynnwood Times | Mario Lotmore.

After the a few turns by Winckler followed by cutting the seal on the door of the Bingo Barrel, the first draw was made.

“Y,” Winckler said, before handing the letter to Mauch who visually confirmed the reading and recorded the letter on the official Candidate Lot Drawing document. Mauch then placed the letter and the now-opened film canister on the counter. For 25 more drawings by Winckler, this process repeated. Just before certifying the official order a candidate is listed on the ballot, both Winckler and Mauch verify the sequence pulled out of the “Bingo Barrel” a final time.

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Wooden scrabble piece located in a closed black opaque film canister used in the Candidate Lot Drawing process. SOURCE: Lynnwood Times | Mario Lotmore.

“Voting is a great opportunity to have your voice heard,” Winckler told the Lynnwood Times. “These local elections involve the people who are making the decisions that affect your daily life.”

A Primary Election is required if more than two candidates file for the same position or if the race is a partisan office which will be held on August 1, 2023. The Top 2 candidates will then advance to the General Election scheduled for November 7.

Currently, election officials predict a 28% voter turnout for the Primary Election but will be reassessing that estimate on Monday, May 22.

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Garth Fell, Snohomish County Auditor

Snohomish County Auditor Garth Fell shared with the Lynnwood Times that his office received budget for translation services to encourage voter turnout in traditionally underrepresented communities. This will also include social media efforts and paid advertising.

“Local elections matter,” Fell said when asked how he would encourage a disengaged voter. “The people being elected this year will have a direct impact on the services residents will see at the local level such as decisions that are made in their schools and their local cities. We see a high turnout in Presidential Elections, but these local elections really do affect your day-to-day life and we need people to participate to make sure their voice is heard and that we are electing leaders that reflect their communities.”

Fell shared that every vote matters even in races with a large spread.

“Your vote is being registered and that sends a message to a candidate of the level of support they have,” Fell said. “We are very fortunate in Snohomish County to have top notch election administrators working for the Auditor’s Office. They are well trained, they know their job, and have delivered fair, accurate, and transparent elections.”

Of the 176 offices up for grabs throughout Snohomish County this year, 171 of the races have at least one candidate as of the 5 p.m. filing deadline on May 19. Fire District 10 Position 3, Fire District 25 Position 2, Fire District 26 Position 3, and East County Park and Recreation Commission-at-Large for positions 4 and 5 currently have no candidate. Only these five races will be reopened for a special 3-day period for eligible residents to run.

For a list of all registered candidates as of the May 19 filing deadline, click here.

An astounding 85 of 176 (or 48.3%) of the races are uncontested, meaning only one candidate filed for the race. It will be presumptuous of the Lynnwood Times to call these races months before the General Election, but unless a successful write-in campaign is launched, these candidates have well over a 95% probability of winning their uncontested race and being sworn-in to public office.

For the write-in candidate, their name will not appear on the ballot, there is no voter’s pamphlet statement, and a filing fee may be needed; huge hurdles to overcome!

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Strom Peterson

Newly appointed County Councilman Strom Peterson and 84 others no doubt slept well Friday night and can now pool their resources to help their preferred candidates in the 29 races currently expected in the upcoming Primary Election.

“I think my record of working across the aisle while still holding true to my progressive values represents the 3rd district well,” Councilman Peterson told the Lynnwood Times. “I look forward to connecting with voters across the district and making sure their voices are represented at every level of government.”

All the candidates who submitted their names for the city council and mayoral races in the cities and towns of Darrington, Gold Bar, Marysville, Mountlake Terrace, and Woodway, along with the Granite Falls and Mukilteo school districts will face no challenger.  

As mentioned earlier, expect some “hotly contested” seats that we at the Lynnwood Times will be paying special attention.

Let’s begin with the City of Snohomish. After a defeat at the ballot in 2021, former Mayor John Kartak is making a return to politics by running for City Council Position 1 against challenger Maygen Hetherington. His son, newcomer Ashton Hobelman, will be running for Position 2 against Judith Kuleta.

Although Snohomish County Councilman Peterson is virtually assured re-election, his colleague and fellow progressive Councilwoman Megan Dunn of Everett is facing Republican challenger Georgia Fischer of Mukilteo and Kristina Mitchell of Lynnwood for the District 2 seat.

Dunn, best known for a controversial anti-police post which critics accused her of encouraging the use of Molotov cocktails against law enforcement, dubbed her the nickname, “Molotov Megan.” During the time of the post in 2020, Molotov cocktail attacks were used against local police officers. Dunn has since denied her post encouraged violence, but the Everett Police Officers Association called on Dunn to apologize and resign.

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Snohomish County Elections: Megan Dunn controversial Facebook “Molotov” post which the Everett Police Officers Association called on Dunn to apologize and resign.

In March of 2020 as Boeing, Snohomish County’s largest employer located within Dunn’s council district, was in a $25 billion financial crunch caused by the coronavirus and its 737 Max safety crisis that led to the layoff of thousands of workers, Dunn again posted disparaging remarks writing, “the factory can become a giant indoor sports arena.”

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Snohomish County Elections: Megan Dunn Facebook Post dated March 23, 2020, that is now delated after being confronted by this at the time. SOURCE: Snapshot from Megan Dunn Facebook page.

Edmonds Mayor Mike Nelson is facing three challengers – Mike Rosen, Diane Buckshnis, and Brad Shipley. Nelson’s handling of shack-like streetaries lining the upscale streets of downtown Edmonds along with his controversial appointment of Sherman Pruitt as Police Chief who, within just days, had his offer rescinded due to a shoddy evaluation process, is going to be facing a tough reelection battle. Pruitt did file a legal claim against the city.

Another “hot race” to follow is that of Snohomish County Sheriff. Incumbent Adam Fortney, who overcame four failed recall attempts because of his pro-liberty and constitutional stance as it pertained to COVID lockdowns, will be facing Bothell Deputy Police Chief Susanna Johnson.

Lynnwood City Councilman George Hurst, who successfully convinced at least one candidate who originally intended to run against him, to run against another candidate, is running unopposed – that is what one can call politicking at its finest! The race to watch in Lynnwood is between incumbent Jim Smith and Nick Coelho. According to the PDC, Coelho has $11,472.49 in contributions.

In a Friday surprise, Mukilteo City Councilwoman Elisabeth Crawford, who was on the political fast track, did not file for re-election. The Lynnwood Times reached out for a statement but has not received a reply as of the date of this article. The race to watch in Mukilteo is between Insurance Agent and businessowner Mike Dixon and incumbent Riaz Khan, a Boeing Engineer. After running for office five times, Khan won against unknown Christopher Maddux in 2019. Both men are resilient and tenacious, this will be a race to watch!

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Jason Moon

Newcomer Mukilteo City Councilman Jason Moon, who is running unopposed, told the Lynnwood Times he is committed to continuing his service with unwavering passion.

“The trust, support, and collaboration extended to me have been the driving forces behind my dedication to make a positive impact,” Moon told the Lynnwood Times. “I am committed to continuing my service with unwavering passion and striving for priorities that embrace our city. We must ensure that all council members are held accountable and actively engage with those residents who consistently attend our meetings.

“If you truly want to know who has been doing a good or bad job in council ask the staff and the residents who regularly attend [council meetings]. I extend my utmost respect to all those who attend our meetings in person or online, sharing their valuable insights and perspectives.

“My sincere admiration goes out to you, my fellow residents. I am grateful for the opportunity, and I carry the lessons learned and memories made as I continue this journey of service. Although it might be the end of my honeymoon, I strive to treat every day like its my first; it’s day one every day. God bless you all!”

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Bob Champion

Another race to watch involving Mukilteans is that of Port of Everett Commissioner District 2. With the Mukilteo Waterfront Development Project a primary focus in the Mukilteo City Council, one of three Mukilteo residents – former Mukilteo City Council President Bob Champion, Ken Heaton, and Alfred Favre – hope to succeed incumbent Tom Stiger who is serving in his third term.

Another race, without a doubt that will be a fight to the very end will be that of Snohomish County Auditor. Former opponent Democrat Cindy Gobel and controversial Republican Robert Sutherland will face incumbent Garth Fell. There were accusations of Gobel embellishing her resumé in the previous bid for Auditor; whereas, Sutherland was ordered by the Legislative Ethics Board to pay $2,500 to settle a complaint alleging he violated state ethics law last March accosting the sergeant of arms.

Sutherland, a staunch advocate for election integrity, attended a cyber symposium organized by MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell that argued the 2020 election was hacked. Although, many have criticized and mocked Sutherland for this stance, the outcome of Arizona gubernatorial candidate Republican Kari Lake’s election challenge trial may put election integrity front-and-center in our local race.

Overall, key items for this year will no doubt be public safetyschool budgetszoning policies and property rights, and drug addiction. However, if current economic uncertainty manifests into hard realities over the next few months, pocketbook issues will also be a significant factor influencing voters by the General Election in November. With a two-year double-digit inflation, the debt ceiling stand-offfailing banks, a cooling housing market, and an even colder commercial rental market, consumer confidence for May dropped to a six-month low according to the University of Michigan Consumer Sentiment Index.

As an added bonus this election cycle, the Public Disclosure Commissioners raised contribution and reporting threshold limits effective on April 1, 2023. For local races here in Snohomish County, non-judicial candidates can now receive a maximum contribution of $1,200 (or 20% more) from an individual donor per election — that’s $2,400 for both the Primary and General elections. Judicial candidates can now receive $2,400 per election!

In addition to raising contribution limits, the Commission adjusted most of the thresholds that guide disclosure by candidates and committees by as much as 300%. For example, the threshold for required reporting of a contributor’s identity was raised from $25 to $100; and the contribution threshold for including a contributor’s name in the Top 5 or Top 3 on a qualifying political ad increased from $1,000 to $2,000. No doubt that raising the thresholds will reduce administrative overhead for both candidates and PDC staff, but it will also legally conceal donors from public disclosure.

Anyone who wishes to observe the election process may do so. Snohomish County Elections offers observer information sessions for the public that provide an overview of the elections process and an introduction to the basic rules of conduct all observers must follow. For more information on election observations including upcoming information sessions, click here.

If anyone has questions about their ballot or registering to vote, they can call the Auditor’s Office at 425-388-3444 or visit in-person in Everett at 3000 Rockefeller Ave., Administration West building, 1st floor.

Table of 2023 Snohomish County Elections

District Type District Race Name
City/Town CITY OF ARLINGTON Council Position 4 Kenneth   Dilbeck
City/Town CITY OF ARLINGTON Council Position 4 Michele Blythe
City/Town CITY OF   ARLINGTON Council Position 5 Rob Toyer
City/Town CITY OF ARLINGTON Council Position 5 Scott Pratt
City/Town CITY OF   ARLINGTON Council Position 6 Gregory   Miller
City/Town CITY OF ARLINGTON Council Position 6 Yvonne M. Gallardo-Van Ornam
City/Town CITY OF   ARLINGTON Mayor Barb Tolbert
City/Town CITY OF ARLINGTON Mayor Don Vanney
City/Town CITY OF BOTHELL Council Position No. 2 James McNeal
City/Town CITY OF BOTHELL Council Position No. 2 Mason Thompson
City/Town CITY OF   BOTHELL Council Position No. 4 Andy Rheaume
City/Town CITY OF BOTHELL Council Position No. 4 Ann Aagaard
City/Town CITY OF   BOTHELL Council   Position No. 4 Carston Curd
City/Town CITY OF BOTHELL Council Position No. 4 Mark Swanson
City/Town CITY OF   BOTHELL Council Position No. 6 Amanda Dodd
City/Town CITY OF BOTHELL Council Position No. 6 Thomas E. Agnew
City/Town CITY OF BRIER Council Position 4 Christopher   Roman Young
City/Town CITY OF BRIER Council Position 4 Derek Hamilton
City/Town CITY OF BRIER Council   Position 4 Valerie   Rosman
City/Town CITY OF BRIER Council   Position 5 David Marley
City/Town CITY OF BRIER Council   Position 5 Kevin Davis
City/Town CITY OF BRIER Council   Position 6 Hisham (Sham) Othman
City/Town CITY OF BRIER Council-at-Large Daniel Allen
City/Town CITY OF BRIER Council-at-Large Kristin Bigoff
City/Town CITY OF EDMONDS Council Position 1 Chris Eck
City/Town CITY OF EDMONDS Council Position 1 Roger Pence
City/Town CITY OF   EDMONDS Council Position 4 Mackey   Guenther
City/Town CITY OF EDMONDS Council Position 4 Michelle Dotsch
City/Town CITY OF   EDMONDS Council Position 5 Vivian A.   Olson
City/Town CITY OF EDMONDS Council   Position 6 Kevin Fagerstrom
City/Town CITY OF   EDMONDS Council   Position 6 Susan Paine
City/Town CITY OF EDMONDS Council   Position 7 Jenna Nand
City/Town CITY OF   EDMONDS Mayor Brad Shipley
City/Town CITY OF EDMONDS Mayor Diane Buckshnis
City/Town CITY OF   EDMONDS Mayor Mike Nelson
City/Town CITY OF EDMONDS Mayor Mike Rosen
City/Town CITY OF EVERETT Council-at-Large Position 6 Bill D.   Wheeler, Jr.
City/Town CITY OF EVERETT Council-at-Large Position 6 Brian Hennessy
City/Town CITY OF   EVERETT Council-at-Large   Position 6 Demi Chatters
City/Town CITY OF EVERETT Council-at-Large Position 6 Scott Bader
City/Town CITY OF   EVERETT Council-at-Large Position 7 Bryce Nickel
City/Town CITY OF EVERETT Council-at-Large Position 7 Judith Martinez
City/Town CITY OF   EVERETT Council-at-Large   Position 7 Judy Tuohy
City/Town CITY OF EVERETT Municipal   Court Judge Position 2 Remy Leonard
City/Town CITY OF GOLD BAR Council Position 2 Lee Russell
City/Town CITY OF GOLD BAR Council   Position 4 Charles R. (Chuck) Lie
City/Town CITY OF GOLD   BAR Council Position 5 Jordan M.   Sears
City/Town CITY   OF GRANITE FALLS Council   Position 4 Bruce Straughn
City/Town CITY OF   GRANITE FALLS Council Position 5 Justin   Thoreson
City/Town CITY OF GRANITE FALLS Council Position 5 Matt Hartman
City/Town CITY OF LAKE STEVENS Council Position 3 Ryan Donoghue
City/Town CITY OF LAKE STEVENS Council   Position 4 Gloria Ngezaho
City/Town CITY OF LAKE   STEVENS Council   Position 4 Kymm Shipman
City/Town CITY OF LAKE STEVENS Council   Position 5 Anji Jorstad
City/Town CITY OF LAKE   STEVENS Mayor Brett Gailey
City/Town CITY   OF LYNNWOOD Council   Position 4 Jim Smith
City/Town CITY OF   LYNNWOOD Council   Position 4 Nick Coelho
City/Town CITY OF LYNNWOOD Council   Position 5 Julieta Altamirano Crosby
City/Town CITY OF   LYNNWOOD Council   Position 5 Robert   Leutwyler
City/Town CITY OF LYNNWOOD Council   Position 6 George Hurst
City/Town CITY OF   LYNNWOOD Council Position 7 David   Parshall
City/Town CITY OF LYNNWOOD Council Position 7 Derek Hanusch
City/Town CITY OF   LYNNWOOD Lynnwood Municipal Court Judge Valerie   Bouffiou
City/Town CITY   OF MARYSVILLE Council   Position 1 Peter Condyles
City/Town CITY OF   MARYSVILLE Council Position 5 Kelly   Richards
City/Town CITY OF MARYSVILLE Council   Position 6 Stephen Muller
City/Town CITY OF   MARYSVILLE Council Position 7 Kamille   Norton
City/Town CITY OF MARYSVILLE Mayor Jon Nehring
City/Town CITY OF MILL CREEK Council Position 5 Tannis   Golebiewski
City/Town CITY OF MILL CREEK Council Position 5 Vincent J. Cavaleri
City/Town CITY OF MILL   CREEK Council Position 6 Melissa Duque
City/Town CITY OF MILL CREEK Council   Position 7 Sean Paddock
City/Town CITY OF MONROE Council Position 4 Heather K.   Fulcher
City/Town CITY OF MONROE Council Position 4 Melanie Lockhart
City/Town CITY OF   MONROE Council Position 5 Jacob Walker
City/Town CITY OF MONROE Council Position 5 Junelle Lewis
City/Town CITY OF   MONROE Council   Position 5 Will Schlegel
City/Town CITY OF MONROE Council   Position 6 Jason Gamble
City/Town CITY OF MOUNTLAKE TERRACE Council Position 3 Rory   Paine-Donovan
City/Town CITY OF MOUNTLAKE TERRACE Council   Position 5 Bryan Wahl
City/Town CITY OF   MOUNTLAKE TERRACE Council Position 6 Laura Sonmore
City/Town CITY OF MOUNTLAKE TERRACE Council   Position 7 Erin Murray
City/Town CITY OF MUKILTEO Council Position 4 Ashvin   Sanghvi
City/Town CITY OF MUKILTEO Council Position 4 Richard Emery
City/Town CITY OF   MUKILTEO Council Position 5 Michael   (Mike) Dixon
City/Town CITY OF MUKILTEO Council Position 5 Riaz Khan
City/Town CITY OF   MUKILTEO Council Position 6 Dode Carlson
City/Town CITY OF MUKILTEO Council Position 6 Donna Vago
City/Town CITY OF   MUKILTEO Council Position 7 Jason Moon
City/Town CITY   OF SNOHOMISH Council-at-Large   Position 1 John T. Kartak
City/Town CITY OF   SNOHOMISH Council-at-Large   Position 1 Maygen   Hetherington
City/Town CITY OF SNOHOMISH Council-at-Large   Position 2 Ashton Hobelman
City/Town CITY OF   SNOHOMISH Council-at-Large   Position 2 Judith Kuleta
City/Town CITY OF SNOHOMISH Council-at-Large   Position 3 Felix Neals
City/Town CITY OF STANWOOD Council Position 3 Chloe A.   Pennington
City/Town CITY OF STANWOOD Council Position 3 Darren Robb
City/Town CITY OF   STANWOOD Council Position 4 Brian Kemp
City/Town CITY OF STANWOOD Council Position 4 Robert (Chili) Hicks
City/Town CITY OF   STANWOOD Council Position 5 Steve Shepro
City/Town CITY OF STANWOOD Council   Position 6 Andreena Bergman
City/Town CITY OF SULTAN Council Position 4 Joseph Hund
City/Town CITY OF SULTAN Council   Position 5 Heidi Dawson
City/Town CITY OF   SULTAN Council Position 7 Jeffrey Allen   Beeler, Sr.
City/Town CITY OF SULTAN Council Position 7 Winnthrop E. Maass
City/Town CITY OF   SULTAN Mayor Russell Wiita
City/Town TOWN   OF DARRINGTON Council   Position 3 Billie Lee Burtenshaw
City/Town TOWN OF   DARRINGTON Council Position 4 Reed Rankin
City/Town TOWN OF DARRINGTON Council   Position 5 Gary Willis
City/Town TOWN OF   DARRINGTON Mayor Daniel O.   Rankin
City/Town TOWN   OF INDEX Council   Position 2 Jon Jackson
City/Town TOWN OF INDEX Council Position 4 Chad Walker
City/Town TOWN OF INDEX Council Position 4 Kimberly Hanson
City/Town TOWN OF INDEX Council   Position 4 Scott   MacDonald
City/Town TOWN OF INDEX Council   Position 5 Alysse Hotz
City/Town TOWN OF WOODWAY Council Position 2 John Brock
City/Town TOWN OF WOODWAY Council   Position 4 James Willett
City/Town TOWN OF   WOODWAY Council Position 5 Elizabeth   Mitchell
Countywide County Assessor Joe Wanagel
Countywide County Assessor Linda Hjelle
Countywide County Auditor Cindy L. Gobel
Countywide County Auditor Garth Fell
Countywide County Auditor Robert J. Sutherland
Countywide County Clerk Heidi Percy
Countywide County Council   District 2 Georgia Fisher
Countywide County Council   District 2 Kristina A.   Mitchell
Countywide County Council District 2 Megan Dunn
Countywide County Council District 3 Strom   Peterson
Countywide County County   Executive Bob Hagglund
Countywide County County   Executive Christopher   Garnett
Countywide County County Executive Dave Somers
Countywide County Sheriff Adam Fortney
Countywide County Sheriff Susanna Johnson
Countywide County Treasurer Brian   Sullivan
Fire FIRE   DISTRICT 04 Commissioner   Position 2 Craig Erickson
Fire FIRE DISTRICT   04 Commissioner   Position 2 Jill Gleason
Fire FIRE DISTRICT 04 Commissioner   Position 3 Brian E. Mills
Fire FIRE DISTRICT   04 Commissioner   Position 3 Richard E.   Flath
Fire FIRE   DISTRICT 05 Commissioner   Position 3 Dave Moon
Fire FIRE DISTRICT   05 Commissioner   Position 3 Kelly Geiger
Fire FIRE DISTRICT 05 Commissioner Position 3 Steve Lowe
Fire FIRE DISTRICT 12 Commissioner Position 3 Tonya   Christoffersen
Fire FIRE   DISTRICT 15 Commissioner   Position 3 David W. Sherman
Fire FIRE DISTRICT 16 Commissioner Position 3 Brian   Anderson
Fire FIRE   DISTRICT 17 Commissioner   Position 3 James E. Glover
Fire FIRE DISTRICT   17 Commissioner   Position 3 Ron   Stephenson
Fire FIRE DISTRICT 17 Commissioner   Position 5 Rick Hjelle
Fire FIRE DISTRICT 19 Commissioner Position 3 Steven Geiger
Fire FIRE   DISTRICT 21 Commissioner   Position 3 Ed Taft
Fire FIRE DISTRICT 22 Commissioner Position 3 Randy Bauer
Fire FIRE   DISTRICT 24 Commissioner   Position 3 Joseph McConnaughy
Fire FIRE DISTRICT 27 Commissioner Position 1 Ray   Stephanson
Fire FIRE DISTRICT 27 Commissioner   Position 2 Brad Tinius
Fire FIRE DISTRICT   27 Commissioner   Position 2 Mike Worthy
Fire FIRE DISTRICT 27 Commissioner   Position 3 Duan Tinius
Fire FIRE DISTRICT   27 Commissioner   Position 3 Steve Slawson
Fire NCRFA   COMMISSIONER DIST 2 Commissioner   District 2 Henry Kelley
Fire NCRFA COMMISSIONER DIST 4 Commissioner District 4 Holly   Sloan-Buchanan
Fire NCRFA   COMMISSIONER DIST 5 Commissioner   District 5 Marilyn Oertle
Fire NORTH COUNTY REGIONAL FIRE   AUTHORITY Commissioner-at-Large Position 6 Albert   Schreiber
Fire NORTH COUNTY REGIONAL FIRE AUTHORITY Commissioner-at-Large Position 6 Debora  Nelson
Fire NORTH COUNTY   REGIONAL FIRE AUTHORITY Commissioner-at-Large   Position 6 Larry Longley
Fire NORTH COUNTY REGIONAL FIRE AUTHORITY Commissioner-at-Large   Position 7 Rob Johnson
Fire NORTH COUNTY   REGIONAL FIRE AUTHORITY Commissioner-at-Large   Position 7 Steve Maisch
Fire SCRFA   COMMISSIONER DIST 2 Commissioner   District 2 Carol McMahon
Fire SCRFA   COMMISSIONER DIST 2 Commissioner   District 2 Mike   Fearnehough
Fire SCRFA   COMMISSIONER DIST 4 Commissioner   District 4 Micah Rowland
Fire SNOHOMISH REGIONAL FIRE &   RESCUE Commissioner Position 3 Randy Fay
Fire SNOHOMISH REGIONAL FIRE & RESCUE Commissioner   Position 7 Bill Wirtz
Fire SNOHOMISH   REGIONAL FIRE & RESCUE Commissioner   Position 7 Davin Alsin
Fire SNOHOMISH REGIONAL FIRE & RESCUE Commissioner Position 7 Troy Elmore
Fire SOUTH SNO. CO. FIRE & RESCUE   RFA Commissioner-at-Large Position 6 Derek Daniels
Fire SOUTH SNO. CO. FIRE & RESCUE RFA Commissioner-at-Large Position 6 Edward C. Widdis
Judicial SNOHOMISH SUPERIOR COURT Judge Position 16 Brett Rogers
Judicial SNOHOMISH SUPERIOR COURT Judge Position 16 Miguel M. Duran
Judicial SNOHOMISH   SUPERIOR COURT Judge Position 17 Jody Cloutier
Judicial SNOHOMISH SUPERIOR COURT Judge Position 17 Mary C. Anderson
Judicial SNOHOMISH   SUPERIOR COURT Judge   Position 17 Patrick M.   Moriarty
Port PORT   OF EDMONDS Commissioner-at-Large   Position 4 Selena Killin
Port PORT OF EDMONDS COMMISSIONER   DISTRICT 2 Commissioner District 2 David Preston
Port PORT   OF EVERETT COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 2 Commissioner   District 2 Alfred G. Favre
Port PORT OF   EVERETT COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 2 Commissioner   District 2 Bob Champion
Port PORT OF EVERETT COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 2 Commissioner District 2 Ken Heaton
Port PORT OF   EVERETT COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 2 Commissioner   District 2 Tom Stiger
Public   Hospital HOSPITAL   DISTRICT 1 Commissioner-at-Large   Position 3 Dee Bender
Public   Hospital HOSPITAL   DISTRICT 1 Commissioner-at-Large   Position 3 Gregory   Accetturo
Public Hospital HOSPITAL   DISTRICT 2 Commissioner   Position 1 Bob Meador
Public   Hospital HOSPITAL   DISTRICT 2 Commissioner   Position 1 Deana Knutsen
Public Hospital HOSPITAL DISTRICT 2 Commissioner   Position 4 Karianna Wilson
Public   Hospital HOSPITAL   DISTRICT 2 Commissioner   Position 4 Mark Laurence
Public Hospital HOSPITAL   DISTRICT 3 Commissioner   Position 2 Tina Davis
Public   Hospital HOSPITAL   DISTRICT 3 Commissioner Position 5 Tim Cavanagh
School ARLINGTON   SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 16 Director   District 1 Joy Johnson
School ARLINGTON   SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 16 Director   District 1 Matthew   Dimond
School ARLINGTON SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 16 Director   District 2 Sheri Kelly
School ARLINGTON   SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 16 Director District 4 Mary Levesque
School ARLINGTON SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 16 Director District 4 Sam Ostap
School DARRINGTON SCHOOL DISTRICT NO.   330 Director District 1 Jennie Requa
School DARRINGTON SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 330 Director   District 2 Marree Perrault
School DARRINGTON   SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 330 Director District 3 Maggie Weimer
School EDMONDS   SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 15 Director   District 1 Carin Chase
School EDMONDS   SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 15 Director   District 1 Nicholas   Logan
School EDMONDS SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 15 Director   District 3 Hawk Cramer
School EDMONDS   SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 15 Director District 5 Arjun   Kathuria
School EDMONDS SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 15 Director District 5 Nancy Katims
School EDMONDS   SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 15 Director   District 5 Nicholas   Jenkins
School EVERETT   SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 2 Director-at-Large   Position 2 Charles Mister, Jr.
School EVERETT   SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 2 Director-at-Large   Position 2 Jennifer   (Jen) Hirman
School EVERETT SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 2 Director-at-Large   Position 5 Charles Adkins
School EVERETT   SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 2 Director-at-Large   Position 5 Janelle Burke
School EVERETT SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 2 Director-at-Large Position 5 Roman Rewolinski
School EVERETT   SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 2 Director-at-Large   Position 5 Ryne Rohla
School GRANITE   FALLS SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 332 Director   District 1 Peter LeDoux
School GRANITE FALLS   SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 332 Director District 2 Bill Dane
School GRANITE FALLS SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 332 Director   District 4 Tina Veatch
School INDEX SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 63 Director-at-Large Position 1 Caleb   Carrington
School INDEX SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 63 Director-at-Large   Position 3 Chelsea Estep-Armstrong
School INDEX SCHOOL   DISTRICT NO. 63 Director-at-Large   Position 3 Troy Bender
School INDEX SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 63 Director-at-Large   Position 4 Kim Elias
School INDEX SCHOOL   DISTRICT NO. 63 Director-at-Large   Position 4 Mallory   Sullivan
School INDEX SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 63 Director-at-Large   Position 5 Amy R. Johnson
School LAKE STEVENS SCHOOL DISTRICT NO.   4 Director District 1 David   Iseminger
School LAKE STEVENS SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 4 Director   District 2 Paul Lund
School LAKE STEVENS   SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 4 Director   District 2 Shawn   Schrader
School LAKE STEVENS SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 4 Director   District 3 Colin Kreiger
School LAKE STEVENS   SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 4 Director   District 3 Mari Taylor
School LAKEWOOD   SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 306 Director   District 3 Dana Krueger
School LAKEWOOD   SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 306 Director District 4 Dawn Taylor
School LAKEWOOD SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 306 Director District 4 Peter J. Nigro
School LAKEWOOD   SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 306 Director District 5 Leah Tocco
School MARYSVILLE   SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 25 Director   District 2 Brian Nelson
School MARYSVILLE   SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 25 Director   District 2 Eliza Davis
School MARYSVILLE SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 25 Director District 2 Tiffani V. Mondares-Riggs
School MARYSVILLE   SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 25 Director District 3 Beth Hoiby
School MARYSVILLE SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 25 Director District 3 Elora Wykes
School MARYSVILLE   SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 25 Director   District 3 Keira Atchley
School MARYSVILLE SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 25 Director District 3 Sherryl Kenney
School MARYSVILLE   SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 25 Director District 5 Kristen   Michal
School MONROE   SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 103 Director   District 1 Crystal Blakely
School MONROE SCHOOL   DISTRICT NO. 103 Director   District 1 Jeremiah   Campbell
School MONROE SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 103 Director District 1 Roy (Trey) Sherrill
School MONROE SCHOOL   DISTRICT NO. 103 Director   District 1 Tiana   Armstrong
School MONROE SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 103 Director   District 2 Chuck Whitfield
School MONROE SCHOOL   DISTRICT NO. 103 Director   District 2 Eric   Halvorson
School MONROE SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 103 Director District 2 Melanie Ryan
School MONROE SCHOOL   DISTRICT NO. 103 Director District 4 James Etzkorn
School MONROE SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 103 Director   District 5 Andrew Fegler
School MONROE SCHOOL   DISTRICT NO. 103 Director   District 5 Jennifer   Bumpus
School MUKILTEO   SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 6 Director   District 1 Simon H. Bai
School MUKILTEO   SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 6 Director District 3 Kyle Kennedy
School MUKILTEO SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 6 Director   District 5 John Gahagan
School NORTHSHORE SCHOOL DISTRICT NO.   417 Director District No. 2 Elisabeth   Sotak
School NORTHSHORE SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 417 Director District No. 2 John Pfeil
School NORTHSHORE   SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 417 Director District No. 3 Chris Cazares
School NORTHSHORE SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 417 Director District No. 3 Han Tran
School NORTHSHORE   SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 417 Director   District No. 3 Myriam Juritz
School SNOHOMISH   SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 201 Director   District 2 Rob Serviss
School SNOHOMISH   SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 201 Director   District 2 Tabitha Baty
School SNOHOMISH SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 201 Director   District 4 Monica Weber
School SNOHOMISH   SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 201 Director   District 4 Sarah Adams
School SNOHOMISH SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 201 Director District 4 Sherri Larkin
School STANWOOD-CAMANO SCHOOL DISTRICT   NO. 401 Director District 3 Brittney   Trammell
School STANWOOD-CAMANO SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 401 Director District 3 Miranda Evans
School STANWOOD-CAMANO   SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 401 Director District 4 Betsy Foster
School STANWOOD-CAMANO SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 401 Director District 4 Stephen Hendrickson
School STANWOOD-CAMANO   SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 401 Director-at-Large Position 5 Phil Snider
School STANWOOD-CAMANO SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 401 Director-at-Large Position 5 Satin-Deseree Arnett
School STANWOOD-CAMANO   SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 401 Director-at-Large   Position 5 Steve King
School SULTAN   SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 311 Director   District 1 Dee Thompson
School SULTAN SCHOOL   DISTRICT NO. 311 Director   District 1 Jody F. Kerr
School SULTAN SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 311 Director District 1 Ron R. Powers
School SULTAN SCHOOL   DISTRICT NO. 311 Director District 3 Dave Shepherd
School SULTAN SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 311 Director District 3 Lisa Hoesel Finley
School SULTAN SCHOOL   DISTRICT NO. 311 Director District 4 Cory Dearborn
School SULTAN SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 311 Director District 4 Marianne Naslund
School SULTAN SCHOOL   DISTRICT NO. 311 Director   District 4 Mary Cameron   Perillo
Sewer LAKE   STEVENS SEWER DISTRICT Commissioner   Position 2 Andrea Wright
Sewer LAKE STEVENS   SEWER DISTRICT Commissioner   Position 2 Chris Vallo
Sewer LAKE STEVENS SEWER DISTRICT Commissioner   Position 3 Kevin Kosche
Water ALDERWOOD WATER AND WASTEWATER   DISTRICT Commissioner Position 3 Alan Rubio
Water ALDERWOOD WATER AND WASTEWATER DISTRICT Commissioner Position 3 Jack Broyles, Jr.
Water ALDERWOOD   WATER AND WASTEWATER DISTRICT Commissioner   Position 3 Mike Pivec
Water ALDERWOOD WATER AND WASTEWATER DISTRICT Commissioner   Position 4 Brian Travis
Water ALDERWOOD   WATER AND WASTEWATER DISTRICT Commissioner   Position 4 Larry Dean   Jones
Water ALDERWOOD WATER AND WASTEWATER DISTRICT Commissioner Position 4 Pat Peck
Water CROSS VALLEY WATER DISTRICT Commissioner Position 2 Ginger Desy
Water HIGHLAND   WATER DISTRICT Commissioner   Position 1 Ted Stonebridge
Water MUKILTEO WATER AND WASTEWATER   DISTRICT Commissioner Position 3 Mike Johnson
Water OLYMPIC   VIEW WATER DISTRICT Commissioner   Position 3 Judi Gladstone
Water OLYMPIC VIEW   WATER DISTRICT Commissioner   Position 3 Maralyn Chase
Water OLYMPIC VIEW WATER DISTRICT Commissioner Position 3 Sarah King
Water SILVER LAKE WATER AND SEWER   DISTRICT Commissioner Position 3 Anne   Backstrom
Water SILVER LAKE WATER AND SEWER DISTRICT Commissioner Position 3 Kathleen Strong
Water STARTUP WATER DISTRICT Commissioner Position 2 Renette   Villella

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