Courtesy of King County

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

Goodspaceguy

Dow Constantine (incumbent)

King County Sheriff

Mitzi Johanknecht

John Urquhart (incumbent)

More in News

The Carlton Complex wildfire burned in north-central Washington state in 2014. Photo by Jason Kriess/Wikimedia Commons
King County Burn Ban Starts This Weekend

Other counties across the state have already enacted similar restrictions.

An example of a fish culvert that prevents fish from migrating through it. Creative commons
Fish culverts ruling will increase price tag for the state

The state will be on the line for $3.7 billion for fish culvert replacements.

SAATWA Board President Aseem Chipalkatti gives an opening speech to those who were in attendance Sunday afternoon. Hanson Lee/staff photo.
South Asian organizations look to take political action and advocacy to the next level

SAATWA and SAPAC are planning to push for political involvement and the political values of Washington’s South Asian community.

Police arrest Kingsgate shooting suspect

Kirkland and Kenmore police arrested a suspect in a non-injury shooting case that occurred on July 7

Kirkland to experiment with bike share

The program would provide new opportunities for transportation and recreation.

Rabid bat found near Woodinville

County health officials urge anyone who may have been exposed to the bat to seek treatment.

Suspect sexually assaults woman at a bar | Police blotter

The Kirkland police blotter for June 30 through July 5.

Barrier that protects Eastside water to be repaired

The barrier protects a pipeline that delivers water to various Eastside cities and Seattle.

Safe consumption part 3: The opposite of addiction

Final episode of our three-part series on controversial supervised consumption sites

Most Read