Candidates file for November election

Here are the candidates who have filed to run for office this November. Filing week was May 15-19.

Bothell City Council Position 1 (currently held by Joshua Freed)

Jeanne Zornes

Bothell City Council Position 3 (currently held by Del Spivey)

Vicki Somppi

Rosemary McAuliffe

Bothell City Council Position 5 (currently held by Tris Samberg)

Liam Olsen

Jeremy B. Michel

Bothell City Council Position 7

Thomas E. Agnew (incumbent)

Aaron Moreau-Cook

Kenmore City Council Position 2 (currently held by Laurie Sperry)

Suzanne Greathouse

Joe Marshall

Kenmore City Council Position 4

Nigel Herbig (incumbent)

Patrick O’Brien

Kenmore City Council Position 6 (currently held by Allan Van Ness)

Debra Srebnik

Bob Black

Carol Baker

Northshore School District Director District 1 (currently held by Kimberly D’Angelo)

Brian M. Travis

Jacqueline McGourty

Northshore School District Director District 2 (Ken Smith’s vacated seat)

Bob Swain

Sherry Krainick

Northshore School District Director District 4

Sandy R. Hayes (incumbent)

Northshore School District Director District 5

Amy Cast (incumbent)

Rob Taft, Jr.

Northshore Utility District Commissioner Position 1

Trudy C. Rolla (incumbent)

Chris Kuehn

Northshore Utility District Commissioner Position 3

Edward Wiggins

Matt Breysse (incumbent)

Northshore Utility District Commissioner Position 4

D. Bruce Gardiner (incumbent)

Snohomish County Council District 4

Terry Ryan (D, incumbent)

Marcus Barton (R)

King County Council District 1

Rod Dembowski (incumbent)

King County Executive

Bill Hirt

Stan Lippmann

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Dow Constantine (incumbent)

King County Sheriff

Mitzi Johanknecht

John Urquhart (incumbent)

This article was updated to reflect Sara Campbell and Kimberly D’Angelo withdrawing from the race for Northshore School District Director District 1.

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