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Candidates file for November election

Here are the candidates who have filed to run for office this November. Filing week was May 15-19.

Kirkland City Council Position 1

Jay Arnold (incumbent)

Martin Morgan

Kirkland City Council Position 2 (currently held by Jon Pascal)

Tom Neir

Kirkland City Council Position 3

Penny Sweet (incumbent)

Kirkland City Council Position 5

Amy Walen (incumbent)

Jory Hamilton

Kirkland City Council Position 7 (currently held by Doreen Marchione)

Jon Pascal

Imran Peerbhai

Uzma Butte

Kirkland Municipal Court Judge

Michael J. Lambo (incumbent)

Houghton Community Council Position 1 (currently held by Rick Whitney)

Bill Goggins

Houghton Community Council Position 2

Betsy Pringle (incumbent)

Houghton Community Council Position 3 (currently held by Bill Goggins)

Rick Whitney

Houghton Community Council Position 4

Kelli Curtis (incumbent)

Houghton Community Council Position 5

John Kappler (incumbent)

Houghton Community Council Position 6 (currently held by Elsie Weber)

Neal Black

Houghton Community Council Position 7

Brian D. Gawthrop (incumbent)

Lake Washington School District Director District 3 (currently held by Nancy Bernard)

Christian Cahua

Anita Damjanovic

Cassandra Sage

Lake Washington School District Director District 4

Mark W. Stuart (incumbent)

Legislative District 45, State Senator (currently held by Dino Rossi)

Jinyoung Lee Englund (R)

Manka Dhingra (D)

Parker Harris (I)

Legislative District 48, Representative Position 1

Vandana Slatter (D, incumbent)

Ciaran Dougherty (L)

Legislative District 48, State Senator

Patty Kuderer (D, incumbent)

Michelle Darnell (L)

Richard Knierim (ID)

King County Council District 1

Rod Dembowski (incumbent)

King County Executive

Bill Hirt

Stan Lippmann

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Dow Constantine (incumbent)

King County Sheriff

Mitzi Johanknecht

John Urquhart (incumbent)

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