Update: Half of Everett City Council Incumbents Unopposed

May 17, 2019

Everett Government

Editor’s Update 5:30 PM:
Two of the four Everett City Council incumbents gained challengers today.

In Position 4 Marian LaFountaine has filed to run against Liz Vogeli
In Position 5 Joseph Erikson has filed to run against Scott Bader
Both will be for two-year terms.

Brenda Stonecipher and Judy Tuohy did not attract any challengers for their four-year-terms.

Everett City Council

Last day to challenge one of four incumbents on the council.

Original post. Today is the last day to file for office in the primary election and in the City of Everett, Washington a majority of the seats on the Everett City Council are on the ballot. So far all four incumbents running for re-election are unopposed. The City Council in Everett is a non-partisan position.

Here are the current incumbents and the position’s terms for the 2019 election.

City of Everett Council Position (4) 2-Year Liz Vogeli
City of Everett Council Position (5) 2-Year Scott Bader
City of Everett Council Position (6) 4-Year Brenda Stonecipher
City of Everett Council Position (7) 4-Year Judy Tuohy

This year all seats are at-large. Next election brings the first elections by city council districts.

Meanwhile seven hopefuls, six Democrats and one Republican have filed for the open position on the Snohomish County Council that represents Everett and Mukilteo.

In person filing ends at 4:30 PM at the Snohomish County Auditor’s Office in downtown Everett.

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