After Day 2 Of Filing Here’s Update On Everett Candidates

May 18, 2021

Everett Government

Filing opened Monday and continues to close of business Friday for several elected positions on the ballot this fall in Everett, Washington. This is a historic election as this is the first time a majority of the Everett City Council will be elected in five separate districts. The two city-wide positions will be on the ballot in 2023.

Here’s the list so far. All positions are non-partisan.

Mayor of Everett: Cassie Franklin, incumbent
City Council District 1: Paul Roberts, incumbent
City Council District 1: Mary Fosse, challenger
City Council District 2: Paula Rhyne, open seat
City Council District 2: Greg Lineberry, open seat
City Council District 3: Jacob L. Vail, open seat
City Council District 3: Don Schwab, open seat
City Council District 4: Liz Vogeli, incumbent
City Council District 5: Demi Chatters, open seat
City Council District 5: Ben Zarlingo, open seat
Municipal Court Judge Position 1: Amy Kaestner, incumbent
Municipal Court Judge Position 2: Lauar Van Slyck, incumbent
Everett School District #2 Director-at-Large Position 3: Caroline Mason, incumbent
Everett School District #2 Director-at-Large Position 3: Jeannie Magdua, challenger
Everett School District #2 Director-at-Large Position 4: Traci Mitchell, incumbent
Everett School District #2 Director-at-Large Position 4: Charles Mister, Jr., challenger
Everett School District #2 Director-at-Large Position 4: Janelle Burke, challenger
Port of Everett Commissioner District 1: David Simpson, incumbent
Port of Everett Commissioner District 1: Scott Murphy, challenger

This is a top 2 primary with the election on August 3rd with the top two candidates for each office advancing to the general election in November.

Again anyone interested in filing has until close of business this Friday. Here’s a link to our story with everything you need to know to file.



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