It looks like folks in Everett are pretty content with how the city is being run. Based on filing for office in this fall’s election, Everett Mayor Ray Stephanson, City Councilman Paul Roberts and City Councilman Jeff Moore are all unopposed. Scott Murphy, who was appointed to the City Council in January of this year, will face a challenge from Jackie Minchew. Both district court judge positions and the Port of Everett Director position also have just one person whose filed for office meaning they get a free pass unless a write in candidate comes forward.
CITY OF EVERETT MAYOR Nonpartisan Office 4-year term
COUNCIL POSITION #1 Nonpartisan Office 4-year term
COUNCIL POSITION #2 Nonpartisan Office 4-year term
COUNCIL POSITION #3 Nonpartisan Office 4-year short and full term
MUNICIPAL COURT POSITION #1 Nonpartisan Office 4-year term
MUNICIPAL COURT POSITION #2 Nonpartisan Office 4-year term
Laura Van Slyck
COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 3 Nonpartisan Office 6-year term
There is interest in both open positions on the Everett School Board. Three candidates are vying for position #1 and two people have filed for position #2.
DIRECTOR-AT-LARGE POSITION #1 Nonpartisan Office 6-year term
Mary Ann Elbert
DIRECTOR-AT-LARGE POSITION #2 Nonpartisan Office 6-year term