Election 2014

Goodwin to kick off re-election campaign for Snohomish County District Court at Loft Wednesday

Goodwin to kick off re-election campaign for Snohomish County District Court at Loft Wednesday

Supporters of Judge Jeffrey Goodwin announced that they will be hosting a campaign kick-off for his re-election campaign to Snohomish County District Court from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Wednesday, July 30, at the Loft Cafe and Social Lounge, 515 Main St., in downtown Edmonds. Goodwin, a 10-year Snohomish County District Court veteran, is being challenged by Brett Nagel. Snohomish County District Court’... »

Election 2014: Candidate Q&A — U.S. Rep. District 7

Election 2014: Candidate Q&A — U.S. Rep. District 7

Editor’s note: This is an installment in a series of questions and answers with candidates who will appear on the Aug. 5 primary election ballot. Scott Sutherland 206-853-8662 ScottSutherlandRep7@hotmail.com Prefers: Republican Party The candidate did not respond to the questionnaire; all information is taken from the Snohomish County Local Voters’ Pamphlet. Elected Experience: None Other Professi... »

Election 2014: Candidate Q&A — State Rep. District 21, Pos. 1

Election 2014: Candidate Q&A — State Rep. District 21, Pos. 1

Editor’s note: This is an installment in a series of questions and answers with candidates who will appear on the Aug. 5 primary election ballot. Updated July 25 with additional information.   Scott V. Whelpley 425-563‐3004 scottvwhelp@gmail.com Prefers: Democratic Party Background: I served for 20 years in the Navy as an aviator, served five tours in Iraq and Afghanistan, and retired as a Li... »

Election 2014: Candidate Q&A — State Senator District 32

Election 2014: Candidate Q&A — State Senator District 32

Editor’s note: This is an installment in a series of questions and answers with candidates who appear on the Aug. 5 primary election ballot.   Maralyn Chase 425-312‐3056 maralyn@maralynchase.com  Prefers: Democratic Party Background: I was first appointed to the House of Representatives in 2002, I served in the House until 2010 and then moved to the Washington State Senate.   I earned a BA an... »

Election 2014: Candidate Q&A — State Rep. District 21, Pos. 2

Election 2014: Candidate Q&A — State Rep. District 21, Pos. 2

Editor’s note: This is an installment in a series of questions and answers with candidates who appear on the Aug. 5 primary election ballot. Ed Wegner 425-670‐9079 edwegner99@hotmail.com Prefers: Independent Party The candidate did not respond to the questionnaire; all information is taken from the Snohomish County Local Voters’ Pamphlet. Elected Experience: None. I am not connected with any polit... »

Election 2014: Candidate Q&A — Snohomish County Executive

Election 2014: Candidate Q&A — Snohomish County Executive

Editor’s note: This is the first in a series of questions and answers  with candidates who will appear on the Aug. 5 primary election ballot. James Robert Deal PO Box 2276 Lynnwood, WA  98036 425-771‐1110 james@jamesdeal.com Prefers: Democratic Party YouTube Video: http://jamesrobertdeal.org/videos/ The candidate did not respond with direct answers to the questionnaire. Instead he submitted the fo... »

Register by Monday, July 7 to vote in Aug. 5 primary

Register by Monday, July 7 to vote in Aug. 5 primary

The deadline for voters to register by mail or online for the Aug. 5 primary is Monday, July 7. Register online at: www.vote.wa.gov. The last day to update any registration also is July 7. Voters, however, may register in-person at the Snohomish County Auditor’s Office until July 28. Mail-in registration forms are available at libraries, post offices, and at the Snohomish County Auditor’s Office. ... »

Political newcomer Jeff Scherrer kicks off campaign to represent 21st District in state house

Political newcomer Jeff Scherrer kicks off campaign to represent 21st District in state house

Friends and supporters joined the GOP faithful at Edmonds’ Cafe’ de Paris on Tuesday evening to help launch first-time office seeker Jeff Scherrer’s campaign to represent the 21st legislative district in the state House of Representatives. He is campaigning for the seat currently held by Lillian Ortiz-Self (D). Scherrer, a 10-year Edmonds resident and native Washingtonian, moved ... »

Liias launches campaign for 21st District Senate seat

Liias launches campaign for 21st District Senate seat

Marko Liias, who was appointed to fill the 21st District State Senate seat vacated by the retirement of Paull Shin, seems to have the support of his colleagues. At Wednesday night’s Senate campaign kickoff event in Edmonds, a long list of elected officials showed up to support Liias. Among those in attendance were City Councilmembers from Edmonds, Mountlake Terrace and Shoreline, a Snohomish Count... »

Reminder: Campaign kickoff for State Sen. Marko Liias tonight

Reminder: Campaign kickoff for State Sen. Marko Liias tonight

Marko Liias, who was appointed to fill the 21st District State Senate Seat vacated by the retirement of Paull Shin, is kicking off his election campaign tonight — Wednesday, June 4 — in Edmonds. The event will run from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. in the Edmonds Plaza Room (above the Edmonds Library), 650 Main St. »

Justin McMahon kicks off campaign for 21st District House of Representatives seat

Justin McMahon kicks off campaign for 21st District House of Representatives seat

It was a gala evening at the Edmonds Senior Center as Edmonds resident Justin McMahon formally kicked off his run to represent the 21st Legislative District in Olympia. With more than 50 enthusiastic supporters in attendance, McMahon hammered home his key messages of funding public schools, fighting homelessness, keeping our streets safe, and cleaning up Puget Sound. “It’s a privilege ... »

Strom Peterson aims to bridge divide between business, environmental issues in Olympia

Strom Peterson aims to bridge divide between business, environmental issues in Olympia

If he’s elected to the Washington State Legislature in November, Edmonds City Councilmember Strom Peterson told supporters Tuesday night that he intends to be “a small business owner that represents a lot of progressive ideas.” The two-term city councilmember, who owns the Cheesemonger’s Table in downtown Edmonds and is known for his commitment to environmental causes, spok... »

Justin McMahon announces candidacy for open 21st District House seat:

Justin McMahon announces candidacy for open 21st District House seat:

Another Democrat has tossed his hat into the ring for the 21st Legislative District House seat being vacated by Mary Helen Roberts. Justin McMahon of Edmonds said in an announcement that he is running based on his belief that “the state needs to be more responsive to our state’s most vulnerable.” Two other candidates have already declared they are seeking the seat: Current Edmonds City... »

Alvin Rutledge announces candidacy for 32nd District legislative seat

Alvin Rutledge announces candidacy for 32nd District legislative seat

Long-time Edmonds community volunteer Alvin Rutledge has announced that he is running against incumbent Rep. Ruth Kagi this November in the Washington State Legislature’s 32nd District. Kagi, a Democrat first elected to the House in 1999, lives in Shoreline. Rutledge, a Republican who has been a candidate for various offices over the years, is a retired transfer and moving company owner/oper... »

Edmonds School District levy and bond ballots must be in mail by Tuesday

Edmonds School District levy and bond ballots must be in mail by Tuesday

It’s time to get your ballot in! Ballots for the Edmonds School District replacement school programs and operation levy and the capital construction bond measure are due in the mail or a county ballot drop box by Tuesday, Feb. 11, in order to be eligible for tabulation. Proposition 1 would authorize the school district to replace an expiring levy to collect tax funds for its general fund. The coll... »

Ballots in mail for Edmonds School District levy, bond election

Registered voters should expect ballots in their mailbox soon for the Feb. 11 Special Election, which includes both Replacement Levy and Construction Bond measures for the Edmonds School District. According to the Snohomish County Auditor’s Office, the ballots were mailed Thursday, Jan. 23. You can learn more about the levy and bond measures in this videotaped presentation by Superintendent ... »

Edmonds Election Watch 2014: Schools Superintendent talks about levy proposal

Edmonds School District Superintendent Nick Brossoit made a presentation at Edmonds-Woodway High School Nov. 20 outlining a proposed replacement school programs and operations levy that will appear before school district voters in February. Students from the Mountlake Terrace High student newspaper, the Hawkeye, videotaped a portion of the presentation so that it could be rebroadcast prior to the ... »