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More than 300 locals this week formalized their bids for elected office.
Jeff Moore and Scott Bader will leave when their terms end. Scott Murphy is running for port commission.
Candidates can file Monday. Everett will hold first-ever district elections as mayoral battles loom
Lakewood will use theirs for programs the state does not fund. In Edmonds, the money will replace two schools.
For Lakewood, success in passing a supplemental levy follows two defeats in 2020.
On Tuesday, voters will decide the fate of critical funding measures in each public district.
A bill heading to the governor would fine and possibly jail those who set up fraudulent drop boxes.
Mary Fosse, a Delta Neighborhood resident, announced her campaign for the District 1 position.
In the mix are incumbent council members, a retired firefighter and a business manager.
The job as Mukilteo’s CEO and ceremonial head pays $70,800 a year. Official filing is in May.
Brandy Donaghy and Jordan Sears aim to unseat the District 5 incumbent. The primary is Aug. 3.
Next year will be the city’s first election for council members based on districts.
Mayor Cassie Franklin could face a primary challenge next year as people file by the May deadline.
City Councilmember Linda Redmon is the first to file in the race. Mayor John Kartak has not said if he will run again.