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Primary election August 6

 


Washington state’s primary election will be held next month, August 6, 2019. Washington’s primary is a top-two primary in which all candidates may run and all voters may vote for any candidate. The two candidates receiving the most votes, regardless of party affiliation, move on to the general election, which will be held November 11, 2019.

Within Lincoln County, 117 candidates have filed for to run for 93 available offices.

Odessa

The Town of Odessa will cast ballots for the following:

Council position #1 for a four-year term. Incumbent Victoria S. Iverson will face challenger Tami Smith.

Council position #2 for a four-year term where incumbent Amy J. Hunt faces challenger Joe Schlomer.

Council position #5 for a four-year term where incumbent Marlene K. Kramer faces challenger William (Bill) Pichon.

Mayor of Odessa, a four-year term where incumbent Bill Crossley faces challenger Marcus Horak.

Odessa School District 105, which draws students from Adams, Grant and Lincoln Counties, will cast ballots for the following:

School board director position #2, for a four-year term where incumbent Ed Deife is running unopposed.

School board director at-large position #3, for a four-year term where incumbent Carmen Weishaar is running unopposed.

School board director at-large position #4, four-year term, where incumbent Christine Crossley is running unopposed.

At Hospital District 1, Lincoln County, Hospital Commissioner #1, Jeff Schibel is running unopposed for a four-year unexpired term.

Hospital Commissioner #3 incumbent Brian Fink is running for a six-year term.

Hospital Commissioner #4 incumbent Dee Deife is running for a six-year term.

For Fire District 3, Matthew Kagele is running for a six-year term as commissioner #1.

Harrington

The City of Harrington will cast ballots for the following:

Council position #1, where Justin Slack is filling an unexpired two-year term (from which he will resign as he is currently the acting mayor).

Council position #2, where Cherie MacClellan and David Buddrius will vie for the two-year unexpired term of the position vacated by the resignation of Michael Cronrath.

Council position #3, where Nathan Luck will run unopposed for a four-year term.

Council position #4, where Peter B. Davenport will run unopposed for a four-year term.

Council position #5, where Levi W. Schenk and Denisa Holling will face off for a four-year term.

Treasurer, where Michael Cronrath is running to fill a two-year unexpired term.

Harrington School District 204 has candidates running for the school board:

School board director position #1, where Darren Mattozzi is running unopposed for a four-year term.

School board director position #2, where Mark R. Kramer is running unopposed for a four-year term.

School board director at-large position #5, where DarShannon Sewall and Stephen Hardy are facing one another to finish out a two-year term.

At Fire District 6, Alan Tanke is running for a six-year short and full term as commissioner #1.

Wilson Creek

Wilson Creek School District 202, which draws students from Grant and Lincoln Counties will hold elections for the following:

School board position #01 for a four-year term will pit Brent K. Finkbeiner against Lorry Pearce.

School board position #02 for a four-year term will have Chris Stout running against Susan James.

School board position #03 will have Alberta Cannon running unopposed to fill a two-year unexpired term.

School board at-large position #04 will have Daryl L. Kimble running unopposed for a four-year term

State legislature

State representative Alex Ybarra of Quincy was appointed to position #2 for the 13th District covering Grant, Kittitas, Lincoln and Yakima Counties to fill the position vacated by former representative Matt Manweller. Ybarra, a Republican, is running to complete the unexpired one-year term.

The Record will provide more information on the upcoming August primary throughout the month of July

 

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