Our endorsements for Tuesday’s election

Over recent weeks, we have printed editorials endorsing dozens of candidates. Today, we will print a list of those endorsements.

We’d like to remind voters that there are many sources of information available on election choices, including our HeraldNet site, www.heraldnet.com. You can find numerous letters written by readers and the news department’s guide to the election. The guide is at http://www.heraldnet.com/election. Endorsement editorials can be read at http://www.heraldnet.com/opinion/endorsements.

Washington state


21st District

4 Joe Marine, R

38th District

4 Erv Hoglund, R

State ballot measures

Initiative 747

Limiting property tax increases

4 No

Initiative 773

Additional tobacco taxes

4 Yes

Initiative 775

Long-term in-home care services

4 No

Engrossed Senate Joint

Resolution 8208

Use of temporary superior

court judges

4 Yes

House Joint Resolution 4202

Investment of state funds

4 Yes

Snohomish County

County Council

District 1

4 Mike Ashley, D

District 4

4 Dave Schmidt, R

District 5

4 Dave Somers, D

Snohomish County

Proposition 1

County Initiative 01-02

Agricultural activities

4 Yes


Arlington City Council

Position 1

4 Craig Hedlund

Position 2

4 Marvin Monty

Position 3

4 Dennis Byrnes


Edmonds City Council

Position 1

4 Michael Plunkett

Position 2

4 Deanna Dawson

Position 3

4 Jeff Wilson

Position 6

4 Richard Marin


Everett Mayor

4 Ed Hansen

Everett City Council

Position 1

4 Frank Anderson

Position 2

4 David Simpson

Position 3

4 Arlan Hatloe

Lake Stevens

Lake Stevens City Council

Position 1

4 Jack Blackwell

Position 2

4 Neal Dooley

Position 7

4 Glenn McLoughlin


Lynnwood Mayor

4 Mike McKinnon

Lynnwood City Council

Position 1

4 Lisa Utter

Position 2

4 Martin Nelson

Position 3

4 Ruth Ross


Marysville City Council

Position 1

4 Tom Grady

Position 3

4 John Myers

Position 4

4 Jon Nehring

Mill Creek

Mill Creek City Council

Position 2

4 Donna Michelson

Position 3

4 John Spaid

Position 4

4 Mary Kay Voss


Monroe City Council

Position 2

4 Penny "K" Sopris-Kegerreis

Position 3

4 Jim Hunnicutt


4 Verna Korslund

Monroe Proposition 1

Bond for Community Center

4 Yes

Mountlake Terrace

Mountlake Terrace City Council

Position 1

4 Lonnie Williams, Sr.

Position 2

4 Jerry Smith

Position 4

4 Luis Moscoso

Position 6

4 Laura Sonmore


Mukilteo City Council

Position 1

4 Cathy Reese


Snohomish City Council

Position 7

4 Chris Lundvall

Everett School Board

Position 1

4 Paul Roberts

Position 2

4 Roy Yates

Lake Stevens School Board

District 4

4 Janice Thompson

District 5

4 Paul Fountain

Snohomish School Board

District 5

4 Bill Edgar

Stanwood-Camano School Board

District 1

4 Dennis Thaut

District 3

4 Leo Kypuros

Port of Edmonds

Commission Position 4

4 Dean Nichols

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