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Who has filed for office?
Everett City Council sees three-way battle

SNOHOMISH COUNTY — A seat on the Everett City Council is among the positions up for election this year. Election filing season closed up Friday, May 18.
The three-way council race is to finish off the one year left from former Councilwoman Cassie Franklin's term.
Councilwoman Ethel McNeal was appointed to Mayor Franklin's vacated council seat in December.
McNeal is running to retain the seat. Community activist Liz Vogeli, who chairs the Westmont-Holly Neighborhood, and Tyler Rourke, a project engineer who was a finalist for the December appointment, also have filed.

Filings around the county:
* 1st Congressional District: Sen. Suzan DelBene (D) is up against Sultan City Councilman Jeffrey Beeler (R),Scott Stafne (R), and two candidates who state no party preference, Robert Mair and Adam Pilskog.
* 2nd Congressional District: Sen. Rick Larsen (D) will face Libertarian Brian Luke, Green Party candidate Stoney Jackson Bird, Collin Carlson (D), perennial candidate Mike the Mover (R), and independent Gary Franco.
* 38th District
: Democratic state Sen. John McCoy will face a challenger within his own party from Bruce Overstreet as well as independent Republican Savio Pham.
: State Rep. June Robinson (D) will face independent Bert Johnson.
: State Rep. Mike Sells is running unopposed.
* 39th District
: Appointed State Sen. Keith Wagoner (R) of Sedro-Woolley will have former state Rep. Elizabeth Scott (R) of Monroe running against him as well as Claus Joens (D) and independent Jamal Rabieh, both from Skagit County.
: State Rep. Carolyn Eslick (R) faces Eric Halvorson (D)
: Republicans Randy J Hayden and Robert Sutherland and Democrat Ivan Lewis are running for state Rep. Dan Kristiansen's vacated seat.
* 44th District
: State Sen. Steve Hobbs (D) faces Doug Roulstone (R) and Libertarian challenger Jeremy Fitch.
: State Rep. John Lovick (D) faces Jeff Sax (R), a former County Councilman.
: State Rep. Mark Harmsworth (R) faces Jared Mead (D).
Snohomish County Prosecutor
: Deputy prosecutor Adam Cornell will be heir apparent to replace his retiring boss Mark Roe. Cornell is the only one who filed.


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