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A behind the scenes look at ballot counting

ballot counting

Editor’s Note: This article is a repost that was originally posted August 6, 2019. Garth Fell is now the Snohomish County Auditor. Ballot counting is a fairly complicated and extremely detail-oriented process that you may not actively think about. Because of this, you may not know: How exactly is your ballot counted? Stepping back a […]

Maggie Mae throws support behind Sessions and Smith

Maggie Mae

On August 7, Lynnwood City Council Position 7 candidate, Maggie Mae, told the Lynnwood Times that she will support Position 7 incumbent Shannon Sessions and Position 4 candidate Jim Smith. When asked for their thoughts about Mae’s support, Sessions, responded saying, “I’m so honored Maggie reached out to me immediately to give her support and […]

Lynnwood City Council Candidate Forum

Lynnwood Times photo by Luke Putvin. City Council Candidates at Community Life Center on July 10. L-R: Linda Jones, Ashkan Amouzegar, Diodato (Dio) Boucsieguez, Naz Lashgari, James Rutherford, Jim Smith.

by LUKE PUTVIN luke.putvin@lynnwoodtimes.com https://lynnwoodtimes.com/category/elections/ City Council Candidates running in the primary election gathered at Community Life Center for a candidate forum on July 10. Current council members Christine Frizzell and George Hurst were in attendance, as well as an audience of approximately 70 people. Linda Jones of the Lynnwood Chamber of Commerce mediated the […]

City Council Candidate campaign signs vandalized

by LYNNWOOD TIMES STAFF At the corner of 60th Ave. W. and 204th St. S.W.,  two of Diodato (Dio) Boucsieguez’s campaign signs were vandalized.  On the morning of July 13, Boucsieguez discovered one sign was stolen and the other was stripped from its stake and pinned to a nearby utilities pole.  Boucsieguez is one of […]

City Council candidates weigh in on Lynnwood’s growth

by Luke Putvin and Mario Lotmore Ahead of the Aug. 6 primary election, the Lynnwood Times will be asking a series of questions of the Lynnwood City Council candidates who will be on the primary election ballot. The questions asked were compiled from a community survey conducted by the Lynnwood Times to residents asking, “What […]

And they’re off…congested 2019 election season has begun

by LUKE PUTVIN luke.putvin@lynnwoodtimes.com The filing period for the 2019 election ended Friday, May 17 at 5:00 p.m. The last day to register to vote by mail or online is July 29 and in person, August 6 in order to vote in the Primary. The Primary Election is August 6, 2019. The election season has […]

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