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Jordan Sears, 22, got an early start in politics. Opponent Steven Yarbrough, 60, says he “needs more seasoning.”
It’s Jim Smith’s sixth mayoral run. He’s up against first-time mayor candidate Christine Frizzell.
Only one incumbent is running in the races for three seats. Newcomers hope to bring diversity to the council.
The Herald Editorial Board has made endorsements in select races for the Nov. 2 general election.
The city is booming with development. Now four incumbents look to fend off challengers.
In Snohomish County, school board races have become a proxy for ideological battles. Monroe is a prime example.
Three newcomers are in races for two seats. In each case, there’s a candidate calling for a “back to basics” approach.
Six candidates are running for three City Council seats. The Daily Herald quizzed them on housing, tree code and more.
Each race has a clear political divide. And each Snohomish County district reliably leans either red or blue.
Their views on levies differ sharply. On a mask mandate and sex education, their differences are more nuanced.
An incumbent, David Simpson, is challenged by Everett City Councilmember Scott Murphy.
Everett voters should reelect Mason and Mitchell; Marysville voters should back Sheldon and Edwards.
Eight people are vying for four City Council seats. Some of them are railing against new apartments.
The two candidates running to be Seattle’s city attorney have politically challenging backgrounds.
One candidate is concerned about “Critical Race Theory.” Others see more pressing issues.
For Edmonds, Melissa Stepp is endorsed; for Mukilteo, Judy Schwab and Jayme Lee Vail.
Mukilteo voters should return Gregerson as mayor. Redmon should be promoted from the council.
Housing, waterfront and public safety top the list of concerns for candidates.
Here’s a guide to what voters should know about the advisory ballot measure. What does it actually do?
In her first term, she made difficult cuts but kept essential services going during the pandemic.