Election guide: Roundup of candidates and issues

Have your ballot in hand? Here are recent articles you can use to study up on the candidates and issues.

County Council races

County Council District 1

County Council District 4

County Council District 5

City races

Arlington City Council, Position 1

Arlington City Council, Position 2

Arlington City Council, Position 7

Brier Mayor

Edmonds City Council, Position 1

Edmonds City Council, Position 2

Edmonds City Council, Position 3

Everett City Council, Position 3

Gold Bar Mayor

Granite Falls Mayor

Lake Stevens City Council, Position 7

Lynnwood Mayor

Lynnwood City Council, Position 1

Lynnwood City Council, Position 2

Lynnwood City Council, Position 3

Monroe Mayor

Marysville City Council, Position 1

Marysville City Council, Position 3

Marysville City Council, Position 7

Mill Creek City Council, Position 1

Mill Creek City Council, Position 2

Mill Creek City Council, Position 3

Mill Creek City Council, Position 4

Monroe City Council, Position 1

Monroe City Council, Position 3

Monroe City Council, At-Large

Mountlake Terrace City Council

Mukilteo Mayor

Mukilteo City Council, Position 1

Mukilteo City Council, Position 2

Mukilteo City Council, Position 3

Snohomish City Council, Position 5

Snohomish City Council, Position 6

Stanwood Mayor

Sultan City Council

School races

Everett School District Director

Edmonds School District, Director District No. 4

Lakewood School District

Lake Stevens School District, Director District No. 5


Lynnwood tax levy

Stanwood-Camano school levy

Ballot measures and advisory votes

Initiative 517

Initiative 522

Advisory votes

Hospital board

Hospital District No. 1, expand board


The Herald Editorial Board weighs in on the initiatives and selected races.

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