You have until Tuesday to vote. Here are the choices

Check out this handy guide to the Herald’s coverage of local candidates and issues.

You have until Tuesday to vote. Here are the choices

Here’s a roundup of Daily Herald coverage of the primary election. Ballots must be returned or postmarked by 8 p.m. Tuesday.


Eight candidates and one seat make for a primary scramble


Six vie for two seats on Everett School Board


3 councilmembers, city planner want to be Edmonds’ next mayor

Four candidates look to succeed Edmonds School Board leader

Four challengers taking on Edmonds School Board incumbent


Lake Stevens City Council candidates talk jobs, safety, traffic, Costco


In Marysville, 5 candidates run for city council position

Marysville school board incumbents face primary challengers


Mukilteo musical chairs: 12 in the race for 4 council seats


Three candidates vie for the Port of Everett District 1 seat


Merger would make mega fire district with 162,000 residents

In Our View:

A recap of The Herald’s primary recommendations

Editorial: Nhangkar, Berg deserve Everett schools posts

Editorial: Graves, Katims for Edmonds school board

Editorial: Fingarson should continue on Everett port board

Editorial: Tibbott has mix of skills for Edmonds mayor

Editorial: Wilson, Wright for Snohomish County Council posts

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