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Filing week for election approaches

 

Last updated 5/6/2021 at 4:47pm



DAVENPORT – The official filing period for the fall elections will be held May 17 through May 21, 2021.

All offices are subject to both primary and general elections. If more than two candidates file for a position, the primary election would narrow the field to the top two candidates, who would then appear on the general election ballot.

The filing fee of 1% of the annual salary shall accompany the Declaration of Candidacy. There is no fee if the office sought is without a fixed salary.

Anyone wishing directions on filing for office may call the Lincoln County Auditor’s Office between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. at 509-725-4971. Candidates may file online or print out Declaration of Candidacy forms by accessing http://www.co.lincoln.wa.us ; click on Elections and follow the prompts for filing online or printing out the appropriate candidacy form. Declarations by mail must be in the Auditor’s office no later than the last day of the filing period, May 21, at 4 p.m. and must include the correct filing fee if required.

The following positions are up for election or re-election locally this year. Their current occupants are indicated in parentheses.

Lincoln County prosecutor

Prosecutor (Adam Walser).

Davenport city council

Council No. 3 (Lance Strite), Council No. 4 (Theresa Telford), Council No. 6 (Cory Hollis) and Council-at-large (Patrick Katz).

Davenport school board

Director No. 1 (Heather J. Panke) and Director No. 4 at-large (Brad Sweet).

Fire protection district No. 5 (Davenport area)

Commissioner (Matthew A. Schneider).

Parks and recreation district No. 3 (Davenport area)

Commissioner No. 1 (Andrew Schreck) and Commissioner No. 4 (Stephanie Linstrum).

Public hospital district No. 3 (Davenport area)

Commissioner No. 1 (RoxAnn Sherwood) and Commissioner at-large (Andrew Schreck).

Harrington city council

Mayor (Nathan Luck), Council No. 1 (Justin Slack), Council No. 2 (David Buddrius), Council No. 3 (Stephen Hardy) and Treasurer (Michael Cronrath).

Harrington school board

Director No. 3 (Linda Mielke), Director No. 4 at-large (Cade Clarke) and Director No. 5 at-large (Shannon Sewall).

Fire protection district No. 6 (Harrington area)

Commissioner (Ron B. Mielke).

Sprague city council

Mayor (John C. Eagleson), Council No. 1 (Alice Callen) and Council No. 2 (M. Shawn Coombs).

Sprague school board

Director No. 3 (Amanda Osborne) and Director No. 5 (Joan M. Schmitt).

Fire protection district No. 1 (Sprague area)

Commissioner (Robert A. Bewick) and Commissioner (Terry Harding).

Cemetery District No. 7 (Sprague area)

Commissioner (Farrah Brittain) and Commissioner (Joy Vold).

Reardan town council

Mayor (Gail Daniels), Council No. 1 (Dan Graham), Council No. 3 (Celeste Lewis) and Council No. 5 (Leanne Merkel).

Reardan-Edwall school board

Director No. 1 (Simon Butterfield), Director No. 3 (Nick E. Landt) and Director No. 5 (Ian Wagner).

Fire protection district No. 4 (Reardan area)

Commissioner (Carol Paul).

Cemetery district No. 1 (Reardan area)

Commissioner (Edward H. Brommer).

Cemetery district No. 2 (Long Lake area)

Commissioner (Vacant), Commissioner (Jason Gray) and Commissioner (Andrea C. McLaughlin).

Cemetery district No. 3 (Mondovi area)

Commissioner (Todd Ekstrom).

Cemetery district No. 6 (Edwall area)

Commissioner (Kevin Kintschi).

Parks and recreation district No. 1 (Edwall area)

Commissioner No. 2 (Kevin Klein) and Commissioner No. 3 (Kayla Soliday).

 

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