2017 Endorsements

Congratulations to all of the 2017 candidates who have received an endorsement from the 32nd Legislative District Democratic Organization.  If you are a candidate seeking endorsement click here

STATE
    COURT OF APPEALS
          Division 1, District 1
           JUDGE POSITION 5  David S. Mann

KING COUNTY
          SHERIFF John Urquhart
COUNTY EXECUTIVE Dow Constantine
COUNTY COUNCIL Rod Dembowski
PORT OF SEATTLE Pos. 1 
PORT OF SEATTLE #3 – Stephanie Bowman
                                                       Ahmed Abdi
PORT OF SEATTLE #4 – Brooks Salazar
                                                      John Persak
                                                      Peter Steinbrueck
 
SHORELINE
CITY COUNCIL POSITION 1 Jin-Ah Kim
CITY COUNCIL POSITION 5
Carolyn Ahlgreen
Bergith Kayyali
Susan Chang
CITY COUNCIL POSITION 7 Chris Roberts
 
SHORELINE SCHOOL BOARD
  Director District #2  Heather Fralick
 
   SEATTLE
 CITY ATTORNEY Pete Holmes
 MAYOR Bob Hasegawa
                    Mike McGinn
                    Cary Moon
 COUNCIL POSITION #8 Teresa Mosqueda
                                                          Sheley Secrest
                                                          Hisam Goueli
 COUNCIL POSITION #9  Pat Murakami
 
 
SNOHOMISH COUNTY
EDMONDS
     COUNCIL POSITION #1 Joshua Thompson
     COUNCIL POSITION #2 Mike Nelson
     COUNCIL POSITION #3 Adrienne Fraley-Monillas
     EDMONDS MUNICIPAL COURT #1 Linda Coburn
     PORT OF EDMONDS COMMISSIONER
DISTRICT #1 Angela Harris
AT-LARGE  Susan Paine
 
EDMONDS SCHOOL DISTRICT 15
 DIRECTOR DISTRICT #4
Cathy Baylor
Deborah Kilgore
 
LYNNWOOD
     MAYOR George Hurst
     COUNCIL POSITION #1 Van AuBuchon
                                                               Ben Corey
 COUNCIL POSITION #2 Ian Cotton
     COUNCIL POSITION #3 Rosamaria Graziani

 

MOUNTLAKE TERRACE
COUNCIL POSITION #4 Kyoko Matsumoto

SNOHOMISH FIRE DISTRICT 1, Position 3      P. Bret Chiafolo

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