Three File For Everett City Council Seat

May 18, 2018



All 3 candidates who have filed for Everett City Council live south of 41st street.

Ethel McNeal currently holds Everett City Council Position 4. She was appointed to fill the seat in January after it came open when Cassie Franklin was elected Mayor.

McNeal has filed to hold onto the seat for another year but will face a challenge from Liz Vogeli and Tyler Rourke. All three candidates live south of 41st street and all will be holding their first campaign for Everett City office. The top two will advance from the August 7th primary to the general election on November 7th.

The winner will take office in late November once the election has been certified and will only hold the office until the end of 2019. If they’d like to continue they will have to run for the full 4-year-term in 2019. City council member in Everett is a part time position and pays about $2300.00 per month. The position is non-partisan.

A few other races where office holders receive votes from Everett residents. The primary will advance the top two:

U.S. Congress 2 year term:
Incumbent Rick Larsen, a Democrat, faces five challengers for his seat
Brian Luke – Libertarian Party
Collin Richard Carlson – Democratic Party
Uncle Mover AKA Mike-the-Mover – Moderate GOP Party
Gary Franco – Independent Party
Stonewall Jackson Bird – Green Party

Legislative District 38 State Senator 4 year term:
Incumbent John McCoy, a Democrat, faces two challengers for his seat
Bruce Overstreet – Democratic Party
Savio Pham – Independent Republican Party

Snohomish PUD Commissioner District One Everett and North Sno County 2 year unexpired term:
Incumbent: Sidney (Sid) Logan
Sam Buchanan
Bruce King
Mary Rollins

The Office of Snohomish County Prosecutor is also on the ballot for a 4-year-term and only one candidate has filed for that office.
Adam Cornell – Democrat
His name will appear on the primary ballot. Any write-in candidate would have to get at least one percent of the primary votes in order to advance to the general election.

You can click here to see the full list of candidates who have filed for office in the primary election with the Snohomish County Auditor. The top two vote-getters advance to the general election regardless of party affiliation.


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