Just One Challenger for Everett City Council Position 7

May 19, 2014

Everett, Everett Government

Everett City Council

One Everett City Council seat will be on the ballot this fall.

With filing for the fall primary now over it appears that Rich Anderson, who was appointed to his Everett City Council seat last November, will move right to the general election to face Judy Tuohy. They were the only two to file for election even though the last two vacancies on the Everett City Council had more than half a dozen applicants each vying for non-elected appointment to the council.

Other offices of interest to those in Everett that do show multiple challengers include…

Incumbent Congressman Rick Larsen, who prefers the Democratic Party to be challenged by Mike Lapointe who prefers the Independent Party and B. J. Guillot who prefers the Republican Party.

Incumbent Snohomish County Executive John Lovick who prefers the Democratic Party is facing James Robert Deal who also prefers the Democratic party and Carolyn Eslick who prefers the Republican Party.

Incumbent Snohomish County Sheriff Ty Trenary will face a challenge from Jim Upton (the office is non-partisan)

Incumbent Snohomish County Prosecutor Mark Roe has no challenger

Incumbent Snohomish PUD Commissioner Dave Aldrich has competition from Bruce King and Matt Hartman

For the latest list of all who have filed for office within Snohomish County, click here.

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