Endorsement recap

Candidates and issues endorsed by the editorial board in the Nov. 6 election:

SNOHOMISH COUNTY EXECUTIVE

Aaron Reardon (D)

SNOHOMISH COUNTY COUNCIL

District 2

Brian Sullivan (D)

District 3

Renee Radcliff Sinclair (R)

SNOHOMISH COUNTY CLERK

Sonya Kraski

SNOHOMISH COUNTY SHERIFF

John Lovick

SNOHOMISH COUNTY TREASURER

Jerry Lindsey

ARLINGTON CITY COUNCIL

Position 3

Barbara Tolbert

Position 4

Sally Lien

At-large position

Virginia Hatch

EDMONDS MAYOR

Gary Haakenson

EDMONDS CITY COUNCIL

Position 5

Adrienne Fraley-Monillas

Position 6

Richard Marin

Position 7

Strom Peterson

EVERETT CITY COUNCIL

Position 4

Ron Gipson

Position 5

Drew Nielsen

Position 7

Shannon Affholter

PORT OF EVERETT

District 3

Don Hopkins

LAKE STEVENS MAYOR

Vern Little

LAKE STEVENS CITY COUNCIL

Position 3

John Spencer

Position 4

Karen Alessi

Position 5

Suzanne Quigley

Position 6

Kathy Holder

LYNNWOOD CITY COUNCIL

Position 5

Robin Dode

Position 6

Patrick Decker

Position 7

Jim Smith

MILL CREEK CITY COUNCIL

Position 5

Chuck Wright

Position 6

Mike Todd

MONROE CITY COUNCIL

Position 4

Tony Balk

Position 6

Chad Minnick

MUKILTEO CITY COUNCIL

Position 6

Linda Grafer

SNOHOMISH CITY COUNCIL

Position 1

Lynn Schilaty

Position 2

Karen Guzak

Position 3

Melody Clemans

SULTAN MAYOR

Carolyn Eslick

SULTAN CITY COUNCIL

Position 4

Sarah Davenport-Smith

Position 5

Jim Flower

Position 7

Kerry Ourada

EDMONDS SCHOOL BOARD

District 3

Gary Noble

District 5

Alan Weiss

EVERETT SCHOOL BOARD

Position 2

Susan Kaftanski

MARYSVILLE SCHOOL BOARD

District 2

Cindy Erickson

District 3

Darci Becker

District 5

Sherri Crenshaw

BALLOT ISSUES

PROPOSITION 1

Roads and transit

Yes

INITIATIVE 960

Concerning tax and fee increases

Yes

REFERENDUM 67

Concerning insurance companies

Yes

SJR 8206

Establishing a state budget stabilization account

Yes

SJR 8212

Concerning inmate labor programs

Yes

HJR 4204

Simple majority for school levies

Yes

HJR 4215

Concerning higher education investments

Yes

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