Nate Nehring is young but politically anointed. Ray Miller is a civic volunteer and retired social worker.
As the city adopts a new form of government, many new faces are seeking office.
The most closely watched race is between Mark James and Donna Wright.
Three City Council members also are facing challengers on the Nov. 7 ballot.
We put questions to Cassie Franklin and Judy Tuohy about the challenges in a growing and evolving city.
“What I’m hearing is most of our citizens are overtaxed. They’re struggling to just keep up.”
“We’re going to have to make some very tough decisions. Every department is going to be looked at.”
Democrat Terry Ryan seeks a second term in District 4. Marcus Barton is a “left-leaning Republican.”
A PAC will oppose Peter Zieve, who revived a disputed accusation that councilman Bob Champion and the mayor had an affair.
The campaign finance watchdog is looking into the circumstances surrounding a $10,000 donation.
County Council candidates send a joint message about the theft and vandalism of campaign signs.
Cassie Franklin and Judy Tuohy addressed Everett’s status as the epicenter of those problems.
Gary Watts is being allowed to run in Everett, but if he wins, the city will decide if he qualifies.
Oct. 30 is the deadline for new-voter registration in time for the November election.
The initiative promoter also lost a bid to include a hyperlink to online coverage of the battle.
Nate Nehring says county officials also should find “credible, long-term solutions to addiction.”
They are among 74 cases of potential voter fraud statewide uncovered by the secretary of state.
Everett mayoral hopeful Gary Watts is counting on voters’ concerns about the city’s drug addicts.
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