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Bothell, Kenmore residents to vote on council, school board positions and more in November

Candidate filing week is next week.

Candidate filing week for the November election is next week, with both the Bothell City Council and Northshore School Board possibly primed for a shake up.

Filing week will be from May 13-17, but some citizens have already announced their election year plans.

On the council, Positions 2 (currently held by Mayor Andy Rheaume), 4 (James McNeal) and 6 (Deputy Mayor Davina Duerr) will be up for election for four-year terms.

Rheaume announced during Bothell’s State of the City address that he won’t run for re-election. McNeal and Duerr have filed for re-election.

Bothell locals Leigh Henderson and Mason Thompson have also filed to campaign for positions on the council.

In Kenmore, city council Positions 1 (Brent Smith), 3 (Milton Curtis), 5 (David Baker) and 7 (Stacey Denuski) are up will be up for election for four-year terms.

As of the Reporter’s Monday deadline, only Baker has filed to run for a council position.

On the Northshore School board of directors, Positions 2 ( Bob Swain) and 3 (David Cognan) will be up for election.

As of the Reporter’s deadline, no one has filed to run for either of these positions, according to the state’s Public Disclosure Commission.

Bothell and Kenmore residents will also vote on several King County positions.

John Wilson has filed to run for the King County assessor position. Claudia Balducci, Girmay Zahilay, Jeanne Kohl-Welles, Joseph McDermott, Abigail Doerr, Larry Gossett, Eric Sullivan and Mitchell Dillard have filed to run for the King County council. Daniel Satterberg filed to run for King County prosecuter. Julia Wise and Clifford Greene filed to run for the King County director of elections position.

In the judicial branch, Averil RothRock, Aimee Sutton, Annette Messitt, Michael Ryan, Mafe Rajul, Maureen Mckee, Marshall Ferguson and Melinda Young have filed to run for a King County Superior Court judge position.

Bothell residents in Snohomish County will also vote on a number of county positions.

Sharita Burton, Megan Dunn, Jennifer Gregerson, Louis Harris, Alexander Lark, Anna Rohrbough, Tyler Ferda, Cecilia Wilson and Stephanie Wright will run for county council positions. Linda Hjelle is running for county assessor. Garth Fell and Cindy Gobel are running for county auditor. David Somers is running for county executive. Adam Fortney and Robert Trenary are running for Snohomish County sheriff and Brian Sullivan and Rob Toyer are running for county treasurer.

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