|Office seekers file for November election|
|Written by Don Mann|
|Monday, 13 June 2011 11:02|
ShareOnce again that mean season is upon us.
Filing closed Friday for candidates seeking elected office in King County in November’s General Election, and Woodinville City Council incumbent Jeff Glickman will run against Les Rubstello, a two-term member of Woodinville’s Planning Commission, for Council Position No. 2.
Incumbent Scott Hageman seeks his fourth term and will be opposed by Al Taylor for Council Position No. 4. Incumbent Liz Aspen will run unopposed for Council Position No. 6.
At Woodinville Fire & Rescue, incumbent Clint Olson will be challenged by Mark C. Emery for Commissioner Position No.1.
At Woodinville Water District incumbent Karen Steeb runs against Jack Vermuelen for Commissioner Position No.1, while incumbent Ken Goodwin will be challenged by Hank Stecker for Commissioner Position No. 5.
Incumbent Janet Quinn faces Joe Marshall in the Northshore School District race for Board Director of District No. 2 and incumbent Dawn McCravey will be challenged by BZ (Sundstrom) Davis for Board Director of District No. 3.
In Bothell, Jennifer Armenta, Adam Branch and Andy Rheaume will square off in a three-way contest for Council Position No. 2 in the August 16 primary — the only primary in the Northshore region.
In November, incumbent Bill Evans will be challenged by Nicholas Carlson for Council Position No. 4, and incumbents Mark Lamb and Tris Samberg will battle for Council Position No. 6.
In Kenmore, Brent Smith and incumbents Milton Curtis and David Baker will run unopposed for Council Position Nos.1, 3 and 5, respectively, while incumbents John Hendrickson and Glenn Rogers will contest for Council Position No. 7.