Kraski knows every job in the office

Choosing the best candidate for Snohomish County clerk is an easy decision — Sonya Kraski, a senior manager with nearly 23 years of experience in the clerk’s office, or Bob Dantini, CPA, the current county treasurer. Dantini will term limit out in January. He has no experience as a county clerk, but he is … looking for a job.

Sonya has the experience. Nearly the equivalent of five terms (23 years), having worked or managed almost every job in the clerk’s office. Sonya has the needed experience with budget process and innovative technology. Additionally, for the past four years Sonya has openly supported and managed the Domestic Violence Protection Order/Family Law Facilitator’s Office, and genuinely stating the need to expand these services.

She sincerely knows the need to settle the current labor dispute. Sonya has earned the respect/support of her peers, professionals both within and outside of the courthouse, her family, and friends. All of these supporters are confident in Sonya’s ability to oversee the intricate operation of the clerk’s office.

Sonya is passionate about her job and the service the clerk’s office provides for the community. Vote Sonya Kraski for unparalleled experience and service.


Former clerk’s office employee


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