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District Court elections will appear on the November ballots of some voters. The following races are included.

Chelan|Garfield|Jefferson|King|Kittitas|Skagit|Snohomish|Spokane


Chelan County

Four candidates ran in the September primary. The two candidates with the most votes Nancy Harmon and Tony DiTommaso will appear on the November ballot.

Nancy Harmon

Nancy Harmon

Tony DiTommaso

Tony DiTommaso


 

Garfield County

John R. Henry is running against the incumbent, G. Paul Miller, on the November ballot.

John R. Henry

John R. Henry

G. Paul Miller

G. Paul Miller


 

Jefferson County

Four candidates ran in the September primary. The two candidates with the most votes Jill Landes and Richard Suryan will appear on the November ballot.

Jill Landes

Jill Landes

Richard Suryan

Richard Suryan


 

King County

Northeast Electoral District

Voters in the Northeast Electoral District will vote for a judge for their District Court in the general election.

Three candidates ran in the September primary. The two candidates with the most votes Richard Pope and Frank LaSalata will appear on the November ballot. The incumbent, Mary Ann Ottinger, did not receive enough votes to proceed to the general election.

Richard Pope

Richard Pope

Frank LaSalata

Frank LaSalata


 

Kittitas County

Mark Chmelewski is running against the incumbent, Thomas Haven, on the November ballot.

Mark Chmelewski

Mark Chmelewski

Thomas Haven

Thomas Haven


 

Skagit County

Four candidates ran in the September primary for this open position. The two candidates with the most votes Warren Gilbert and Colleen Kenimond will appear on the November ballot.

Warren Gilbert

Warren Gilbert

Colleen Kenimond

Colleen Kenimond


 

Snohomish County

Everett Division

Voters in the Everett Division will vote for a judge for their District Court in the general election. Five candidates ran in the September primary. The two candidates with the most votes Tam Bui and Lorrie Towers will appear on the November ballot.

Tam Bui

Tam Bui

Lorrie Towers

Lorrie Towers


Northeast Electoral District

Snohomish voters who live in Bothell are covered by the Northeast Electoral District of the King County District Court. See the King County page for details.


 

Spokane County

There will be four contested District Court elections on the Spokane County ballot in November. One position was effectively decided in the primary.


Position Two: Sara Derr won more than 50 percent of the votes in the September primary, so she will be running unopposed on the November ballot.


Position Three: John Cooney and Mark Laiminger are running for this open position on the November ballot.

John Cooney

John Cooney

Mark Laiminger

Mark Laiminger


Position Four: Mary Logan is running against the incumbent, Patti Connolly Walker, on the November ballot.

Mary Logan

Mary Logan

Patti Connolly Walker

Patti Connolly Walker


Position Five: Jeffrey Leslie is running against the incumbent, Gregory Tripp, on the November ballot.

Jeffrey Leslie

Jeffrey Leslie

Gregory Tripp

Gregory Tripp


Position Six: Five candidates ran in the September primary. The two candidates with the most votes Debra Hayes and Mike Nelson will appear on the November ballot. The incumbent, Harvey Dunham, did not receive enough votes to proceed to the general election.

Debra Hayes

Debra Hayes

Miike Nelson

Mike Nelson


 
 

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