Who’s running for what in upcoming local elections

The candidate filing period ended Friday and the next stop is the Nov. 2 general election. For any race with three candidates filing the Aug. 4 primary will whittle it down to two candidates facing off in November.

The candidate filing period ended Friday and the next stop is the Nov. 2 general election.

For any race with three candidates filing the Aug. 4 primary will whittle it down to two candidates facing off in November.

Candidates had until 4:30 p.m. on Monday, May 18, to withdraw their filings, so election listings may change.

Look at Pierce County and King County filings here.


City Council

Position No. 1 Morgan Irwin, unexpired 2-year term

Position No. 2 Kimberly Lauk, Darrel M. Dickson (incumbent)

Position No. 4 Chance LaFleur (incumbent)

Position No. 6 Jan Molinaro


Black Diamond


Carol Benson (appointed incumbent), unexpired 2-year term

City Council

Position No. 1 Tamie L. Boxx-Deady

Position No. 3 Janie Edelman

Position No. 4 Craig Goodwin (appointed incumbent), Brian Weber

unexpired 2-year term 

Position No. 5 Pat Pepper, Ron Taylor (incumbent)

Bonney Lake

City Council

Position No. 2 Justin Evans, David Baus

Position No. 4 James Rackley  (incumbent)

Position No. 5  Tom Watson  (incumbent)

Position No. 7 Katrina Minton-Davis  (incumbent)


City Council

Position No. 4 Beau Burkett, Chuck Helmer

Position No. 5 John W. Leggett (appointed incumbent)

Position No. 6 Milt Tremblay (incumbent)

Position No. 7 Jenney Kyllonen



Richie Morgan

Wally Snover (incumbent)

City Council

Position No. 1 Bruce Cristel, Mark Buonocore

Position No. 3 Jay Argo (incumbent), Sean Chabot

Position No. 4 Roberta (Doodie) Kyllonen, Emily Jones, Tim Johnson

Position No. 5 Amos Green, Buck McBride, Dale Lyons


City Council

Position No. 4 Patrick Reed

Position No. 5 Cindi Hochstatter (incumbent)

Position No. 6 Curt Brown (incumbent)

Position No. 7 Mike LeMaster (incumbent)


City Council

Position No. 5 Terry Endsley (incumbent)

King County


Lloyd Hara


John Wilson

Director of Elections

Christopher Roberts, Zack Hudgins, Julie Wise

City Council

Position No. 2 Larry Gossett

Position No. 4 Jeanne Kohl-Welles, Rufe Orr

Position No. 6 Claudia Balducci, Jane Hague

Position No. 8 Joe McDermott

School Districts


Director District No.  3 Thomas Morgan  (incumbent), Rick Haulet

Director District No.  4 Adam Dixon (incumbent)

Director District No.  5 Sue McBride (incumbent)


Director District No. 2 Monte St. Johns (incumbent)

Director District No. 5 Hilary McCabe (incumbent)


Director District No. 1 Nancy A. Merrill (incumbent)

Director District No. 3 Corey Cassell (incumbent)

Director District No. 4 Tina McGann (incumbent)


Director District No. 2 Paul S. Williams

Director District No. 3 Richard Hendricks (incumbent)

Director District No.  4 Casey Chamberlain (incumbent)

White River

Director District No. 2 Tawny Sanabria (incumbent), Stacy Belcoe-Mahnke

Director District No. 5 Jill Howie, Jean Lacy (incumbent)

Fire Districts

District No. 25 – Crystal Mountain

Commissioner Position No. 2 Kerry Abercrombie

Commissioner Position No. 3 Myron R. Meikle

District No. 26 – Greenwater

Commissioner Position No. 1 James Harte (incumbent)

Commissioner Position No. 2 N. Peter Murray (incumbent)

District No. 28 – King County

Commissioner Position No. 1 Stan McCall (appointed incumbent)

East Pierce Fire and Rescue

Commissioner Position No. 2 Jon Napier, Kirby T. Pollard

Commissioner Position No. 3 Mike Cathey  (incumbent)

Commissioner Position No. 5 Ronald Scholz (incumbent), Pat McElligott

Commissioner Position No. 6 Victor Proulx (appointed incumbent), unexpired 2-year term

Commissioner Position No. 7 Dale T. Mitchell  (incumbent)

Charter Review

Pierce County

Position No. 1 Charla Neuman, Jan Shabro, Lynda Hunt

Position No. 2 Patrick K. McElligott, Sharon Hanek

Position No. 3 Joshua Penner, Shawn Bunney, Nnenna C. Hill


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