$269.64 and You Can Be On The Ballot For Everett City Council

May 12, 2014

Everett, Everett Government

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Remember if you don’t vote, you can’t complain…

This marks the week where candidates for office in Everett can file in person or online for this fall’s election. On the Everett City Council, Position #7 is up. Rich Anderson was appointed to the seat back in November after Shannon Affholter resigned to take a position with the Master Builders Association of King and Snohomish County. Everett community leader Judy Tuohy has already announced her intention to run for the position. In case you’re interested in filing for Everett City Council, the filing fee is $269.64 and you must be a registered voter and have lived within the Everett city limits for at least the past year.

Other elected positions up this year that while not directly part of Everett city government but have an effect on those who live and work in Everett, WA include…

  • United States Congress District 2 – currently held by Rick Larsen
  • 38th District State Senator – currently held by John McCoy
  • 38th District State Representative Position 1 – currently held by June Robinson
  • 38th District State Representative Position 2 – currently held by Mike Sells
  • Snohomish County Executive – currently held by John Lovick
  • Snohomish County Sheriff – currently held by Ty Trenary
  • Snohomish County Prosecutor – currently held by Mark Roe
  • Snohomish PUD Commissioner District 1 – currently held by David Aldrich

Click here for more information on running for office this fall.

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