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The Everett mayoral battle might swing on who voters think will keep them safe.
But two incumbents on the School Board say the district is in good hands.
Controversial businessman Peter Zieve is challenging City Council President Bob Champion.
Fuse Washington has switched its recommendation from Cassie Franklin to Judy Tuohy.
Yes, a study suggests. But added convenience still might not inspire ‘low-voting’ demographic groups.
Economic development, public safety among the top issues for candidates.
Michele Hampton chose to run against Kim Daughtry out of a belief in term limits.
Meanwhile, if one of two council members running for mayor wins, a replacement will be appointed.
In Mountlake Terrace, Seaun Richards filed to run against fellow member Kyoko Matsumoto Wright.
A firefighters union puts his face on a mailer citing incumbent David Chan’s racially charged remarks.
A new waterfront connector and the city’s saltwater marsh also capture candidates’ attention.
It’s the largest district in the county, with an enrollment of 20,534 students.
The incumbent says rates are rising. Her challenger says more can be done.
Many campaign donors are giving to both Cassie Franklin and Judy Tuohy.
District 25 in Oso is hoping to pass its first fire levy in 22 years.
Geoffrey Thorp, a 12-year incumbent, is being challenged by Shaun Olsen, who is seeking his first elected office.
Republican incumbent Sam Low faces Democratic challenger Kristin Kelly in District 5.
Traffic, the opioid epidemic, the economy and homeless are cited as campaign issues.
In Snohomish County, one of the marquee contests is in Everett, where voters are choosing a new mayor.
Karen Guzak and John Kartak are vying for the new position.