Videos: Meet the candidates in 6 Snohomish County cities

The League of Women voters conducted moderated video forums for contested races in key municipalities.

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The League of Women Voters of Snohomish County has conducted a series of moderated video candidate forums for contested municipal races in the 2021 primary election of Tuesday, Aug. 3.

Below are videos featuring candidates vying for elected offices in Edmonds, Everett, Lynnwood, Marysville, Mukilteo and Snohomish.

These videos are posted here by The Daily Herald for reader convenience. The League of Women Voters is solely responsible for their content. For more information, visit the league’s candidate forum page.

Herald coverage of the 2021 elections can be found here.

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Quick links to videos below

Edmonds City Council, Position 1 |  Edmonds City Council, Position 2 |  Everett mayor |  Everett City Council, Position 3 |  Everett City Council, Position 5 |  Lynnwood mayor |  Lynnwood City Council, Position 1 |  Lynnwood City Council, Position 2 |  Lynnwood City Council, Position 3 |  Marysville City Council, Position 1 |  Mukilteo City Council, Position 1 |  Mukilteo City Council, Position 2 |  Mukilteo City Council, Position 3 |  Snohomish mayor |  Snohomish City Council, Position 5 |  Snohomish City Council, Position 7 | 


Edmonds City Council, Position 1


Edmonds City Council, Position 2


Everett mayor


Everett City Council, Position 3


Everett City Council, Position 5


Lynnwood mayor


Lynnwood City Council, Position 1


Lynnwood City Council, Position 2


Lynnwood City Council, Position 3


Marysville City Council, Position 1


Mukilteo City Council, Position 1


Mukilteo City Council, Position 2


Mukilteo City Council, Position 3


Snohomish mayor


Snohomish City Council, Position 5


Snohomish City Council, Position 7


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