The Moderate Washingtonian

Outlook on politics and elections in the state of Washington from an overall centrist viewpoint. My views tend to be libertarian in nature, but at the same time are largely nonpartisan.

08 June 2007

Filing week: Day 5

Filing has now ended, with these candidates having filed for the following offices (previous entries once again in green):

State
Senate Dist. 14: Jim Clements [R-incumbent], Curtis King [R], Wylie Mills [D].
Senate Dist. 19: Brian Hatfield [D-incumbent].

Clark County
Vancouver City Council Pos. 4: David Kallstrom, Tim Leavitt [incumbent].
Vancouver City Council Pos. 5: Larry Smith [incumbent], Charles Stemper, Donald Yingling.
Vancouver City Council Pos. 6: Pat Campbell, Dan Tonkovich [incumbent].

King County
County Council Dist. 2: Larry Gossett [D-incumbent].
County Council Dist. 4: Larry Phillips [D-incumbent].
County Council Dist. 6: Jane Hague [R-incumbent], Richard Pope [D].
County Council Dist. 8: Dow Constantine [D-incumbent], Michael Goodspaceguy Nelson [D], John Potter [R].
Assessor: Scott Noble [D-incumbent], Jim Nobles [R].
Prosecuting Attorney: Dan Satterberg [R], Keith Scully [D], Bill Sherman [D].
Seattle Port Commission Pos. 2: Jack Block Jr., Bob Edwards [incumbent], Wen Wu Lee, Thom McCann, The-Anh Nguyen, Gael Tarleton.
Seattle Port Commission Pos. 5: Bill Bryant, Alec Fisken [incumbent], Catherine Perkins, Stephen Symms.

Bellevue City Council Pos. 1: John Robert Albertson, Grant Degginger [incumbent].
Bellevue City Council Pos. 3: John Chelminiak [incumbent], Valentina Kiselev.
Bellevue City Council Pos. 5: Claudia Balducci [incumbent].
Bellevue City Council Pos. 7: Keri Andrews, Phil Noble [incumbent].
Federal Way City Council Pos. 1: Jim Ferrell [incumbent].
Federal Way City Council Pos. 3: Mike Park [incumbent].
Federal Way City Council Pos. 5: Jack Dovey [incumbent], Roger Freeman.
Federal Way City Council Pos. 7: Dini Duclos, Hope Elder, Troy Smith, Eric Stavney.
Kent City Council Pos. 1: Deborah Ranniger [incumbent].
Kent City Council Pos. 3: Les Thomas [incumbent].
Kent City Council Pos. 5: Debbie Raplee [incumbent].
Kent City Council Pos. 7: Mark Gagnon, Ron Harmon [incumbent].
Seattle City Council Pos. 1: Lauren Briel, Jean Godden [incumbent], Robert Sondheim, Joseph Szwaja.
Seattle City Council Pos. 3: Scott Feldman, Bruce Harrell, John E. Manning, Al Runte, Venus Velázquez.
Seattle City Council Pos. 5: Tom Rasmussen [incumbent].
Seattle City Council Pos. 7: Tim Burgess, David Della [incumbent].
Seattle City Council Pos. 9: Bob Brown III, Sally Clark [incumbent], Judy Fenton, Stan Lippmann.

Pierce County
Port Commission Pos. 3: Paul Carroll, Bill Casper, Jim Hoard, Dave Hyres, Don Johnson, David Lovell, Jerry Thorpe.
Port Commission Pos. 5: Clare Petrich [incumbent], Bernard Tuma.

Tacoma City Council Pos. 1: Spiro Manthou [incumbent], Harold G. Moss.
Tacoma City Council Pos. 3: Jack Pleasant, Donald Powell, Lauren Walker, Ronnie Allen Warren.
Tacoma City Council Pos. 7 (at-large): Julie Anderson [incumbent], Will Baker, Robert "The Traveler" Hill.
Tacoma City Council Pos. 8 (at-large): Marty Campbell, David Curry, Jonathan Phillips., Marilyn Strickland.

Snohomish County
Executive: Aaron Reardon [D-incumbent], Jack Turk [R].
County Council Dist. 2: Jean Berkey [D], William E. Cooper [R], Brian Sullivan [D].
County Council Dist. 3: Mike Cooper [D], Renee Radcliff Sinclair [R].
Assessor: Jason Marley, Cindy Portmann [incumbent].
Auditor: Carolyn Diepenbrock [incumbent].
Clerk: Bob Dantini, Sonya Kraski, Ronald Ledford.
Sheriff: Rob Beidler, Tom Greene, John Lovick.
Treasurer: Jerry Lindsley, Kirke Sievers.

Everett City Council Pos. 4: Ron Gipson [incumbent], Charlene Rawson, Jim Staniford, John Henry Williams.
Everett City Council Pos. 5: Shawna Forde, Drew Nielsen [incumbent].
Everett City Council Pos. 6: Brenda Stonecipher [incumbent].
Everett City Council Pos. 7: Shannon Affholter, Jackie Minchew, David Simpson.

Spokane County
Spokane Mayor: Al French, Dennis Hession [incumbent], Robert Kroboth, Michael Noder, Mary Verner.
Spokane City Council President: Rob Crow, Barbara Lampert, Joe Shogan [incumbent].
Spokane City Council Dist. 1: Bob Apple [incumbent], Donna McKereghan, Gary Pollard, Robert Stokes Jr, Luke Tolley.
Spokane City Council Dist. 2: Karen Cannon, George McGrath, Richard Rush, Larry Splater, Brad Stark [incumbent].
Spokane City Council Dist. 3: Steve Corker, Lewis Griffin, Jeremy Huston, Dan Peck, Rod Price, John Waite.
Spokane Valley City Council Pos. 2: Steve Taylor [incumbent].
Spokane Valley City Council Pos. 3: David Crosby, Rose Dempsey, Joseph Edwards.
Spokane Valley City Council Pos. 6: Bill Gothmann [incumbent].

Most notable in these last-minute filings is Bill Sherman's entry into the King County Prosecuting Attorney race, which would be a fine step-up for him after coming in 3rd for last year's open 43rd district House seat.  Jim Nobles has also apparently switched from the open Seattle City Council seat to challenging Democratic King County Assessor Scott Noble.  Also interesting is longtime Republican frequent candidate Richard Pope challenging liberal Republican incumbent Jane Hague for her King County Council seat.  Perhaps Pope is attempting to win an upset on the Democratic-trending Eastside?  In Pierce County it appears that former Pierce County Councilman Harold Moss will be challenging first-term Tacoma City Councilman Spiro Manthou, setting up a potentially-close general election matchup.

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4 Comments:

At 8:58 PM, Anonymous Dave Gibney said...

There is the county you currently live in, are you considering posting filings here :)

 
At 3:21 AM, Blogger TMW said...

You know, I thought about that. But the thing is, I don't ever hear much of anything about local politics in Pullman and being that I'm a total rookie on it I thought I'd stick with the larger cities that I actually pay some attention to.

 
At 6:19 PM, Anonymous Dave Gibney said...

There's also the problem that Eunice and company at the Auditors office can't seem to put such info on the internet :(

 
At 12:17 AM, Blogger TMW said...

Yeah, that's really not acceptable for a decent-sized county like Whitman. Shame there likely won't be a credible opponent for that incumbent next time they're up.

 

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