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Appointed following retirements, both have quickly earned the support of peers in the court system.
It encourages recruitment — not quotas — of underrepresented candidates for college, jobs and contracts.
Megan Dunn and Anna Rohrbough each have relevant experience, but Dunn’s stand on issues recommends her.
Adam Fortney spurred a useful debate on the response to opioids and crime, but Trenary’s reforms are working.
Rob Toyer and Brian Sullivan have relevant experience, but Sullivan offers intriguing proposals.
Cindy Gobel and Garth Fell have skills for the post, but Fell has run county elections for 12 years.
Liz Vogeli and Scott Bader work well with the rest of the council and pay attention to the city’s needs.
It would gut funding for state and local road and transportation projects, and could stop ST3.
Mike Patrick’s candidacy has encouraged a good discussion, but Jon Nehring has delivered results.
The two-term mayor’s leadership has brought reforms and allowed the city to benefit from growth.
Paul Lund, nearly 10 years on the board, continues to show enthusiasm for meeting students’ needs.
The regional clean air agency will consider adopting a clean-fuel standard for the Puget Sound area.
Paul Galovin offers a needed perspective for the board. Albright has helped guide reviews of policy.
Carin Chase is well-versed on legislative issues and should be retained by Edmonds district voters.
The two incumbents are effective board members and have put students’ interests at the forefront.
The combination of housing and training will rebuild lives but also revitalize its neighborhood.
A new California law would let athletes sign endorsement deals, but a broader rule is needed.
State law should require makers to list ingredients for tobacco and cannabis vaping products.