Everett Primary Ballot Will Feature Mayor And Two City Council Districts

May 21, 2021

Everett Government

The Primary Election is set for August 3rd and General Election is November 2nd

As filing wound up one thing was clear, City Council Districts seemed to spur more interest in the City of Everett elections. There are no unchallenged positions on the ballot for offices in Everett, Washington and the Mayor and two different city council races have drawn enough challengers to go before voters in the August primary while the others will move direct to the November ballot. Here is the list as of the closing of filing Friday afternoon.

Candidates have until May 24 to withdraw.

Mayor of Everett: Cassie Franklin, incumbent, August 3rd primary
Mayor of Everett: Steve Oss, challenger, August 3rd primary
Mayor of Everett: Ron Wittock, challenger, August 3rd primary
City Council District 1: Paul Roberts, incumbent, November 2nd general
City Council District 1: Mary Fosse, challenger, November 2nd general
City Council District 2: Paula Rhyne, open seat, November 2nd general
City Council District 2: Greg Lineberry, open seat, November 2nd general
City Council District 3: Jacob L. Vail, open seat, August 3rd primary
City Council District 3: Don Schwab, open seat, August 3rd primary
City Council District 3: Lacey Sauvageau, open seat, August 3rd primary
City Council District 4: Liz Vogeli, incumbent, November 2nd general
City Council District 4: Tommie Rubatino, challenger, November 2nd general
City Council District 5: Demi Chatters, open seat, August 3rd primary
City Council District 5: Ben Zarlingo, open seat, August 3rd primary
City Council District 5: Kelly M. Fox, open seat, August 3rd primary
Municipal Court Judge Position 1: Amy Kaestner, incumbent, November 2nd general
Municipal Court Judge Position 2: Laura Van Slyck, incumbent, November 2nd general
Everett School District #2 Director-at-Large Position 3: Caroline Mason, incumbent, November 2nd general
Everett School District #2 Director-at-Large Position 3: Jeannie Magdua, challenger, November 2nd general
Everett School District #2 Director-at-Large Position 4: Traci Mitchell, incumbent, August 3rd primary
Everett School District #2 Director-at-Large Position 4: Charles Mister, Jr., challenger, August 3rd primary
Everett School District #2 Director-at-Large Position 4: Janelle Burke, challenger, August 3rd primary
Port of Everett Commissioner District 1: David Simpson, incumbent, November 2nd general
Port of Everett Commissioner District 1: Scott Murphy, challenger, November 2nd general

The primary is a top 2 primary meaning the top two candidates for each office August 3rd advance to the general election on November 2nd. Offices with only 2 candidates will only appear on the general election ballot. All offices listed are non-partisan.



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