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Vote 2019

Below are the positions and ballot measures impacting the City of Auburn in the 2019 electionHere are voter resources and ballot return informationNoteThe Auburn Examiner will be putting our efforts into compiling information for City of Auburn positions.  We have provided links to each candidate PDC pages.

Positions:

  1. City of Auburn City Council Position No. 1 (Current Largo Wales)
    Candidates:
    Chris Stearns
  2. City of Auburn City Council Position No. 3 (Current Bill Peloza – not running for re-election)
    Candidates:
    James Jeyaraj
    Kenneth (Ken) Pearson
  3. City of Auburn City Council Position No. 5 (Current John Holman – not Running for re-election)
    Candidates:
    Anthony Ase  (lost in the primary)
    Ryan Burnett
    Robyn Mulenga
  4. City of Auburn City Council Position No. 7 (Current Bob Baggett)
    Candidates:
    Robert (Bob) Baggett (incumbent)
    Vera Orlandic-Hodak
    Mike Kahler (announced, did not file)
  5. Auburn School District No. 408 Director District No. 1 (Current Ray Vefik)
    Candidates:
     Sheilia McLaughlin
  6. Auburn School District No. 408 Director District No. 2 (Current Robyn Mulenga – not Running for re-election)
    Candidates:
    Chris Grames
    Arlista Holman
  7. Auburn School District No. 408 Director District No. 4 (Current Laura Theimer)
    Candidates:
    Laura Theimer (incumbent):
  8. King County Assessor
    Candidates:
    John Wilson (incumbent)
  9. King County Director of Elections
    Candidates:
    Julie Wise (incumbent)
    Clifford Greene 
  10. Port of Seattle Commissioner Position No. 2 (King)
    Candidates:
    Sam Cho
    Grant Degginger
  11. Port of Seattle Commissioner Position No. 5 (King)
    Candidates:
     Frederic Felleman
    Garth Jacobson
  12. Port of Tacoma Commissioner Position No. 3 (Pierce)
    Candidates:
    Frank Boykin
    Deanna Keller
  13. Port of Tacoma Commissioner Position No. 3 (Pierce)
    Candidates:
    Kristin Ang
    Dave Bryant
  14. Court of Appeals, Division I, District No. 1  Judge Position No. 1
    Candidates:
     John Chun
  15. Appeals, Court Of Div II, Appeals Court Judge, Judge Position No. 2
    Candidates:
    Anne M. Cruser
  16. King County Superior Court Judge Position No. 2
    Candidates:
    David A. Steiner
  17. King County Superior Court Judge Position No. 5
    Candidates:
    Maureen McKee
  18. King County Superior Court Judge Position No. 6
    Candidates:
    Melinda Young
  19. King County Superior Court Judge Position No. 16
    Candidates:
    Averil Rothrock
  20. King County Superior Court Judge Position No. 31
    Candidates:
    Marshall Ferguson
  21. King County Superior Court Judge Position No. 35
    Candidates:
    Mafe Rajul
  22. King County Superior Court Judge Position No. 36
    Candidates:
     
    Annette Messitt
  23. King County Superior Court Judge Position No. 37
    Candidates:
    Michael Ryan
  24. King County Superior Court Judge Position No. 49
    Candidates:
    Aimee Sutton


    Ballot Measures:

According to Ballotopia, “as of August 16, 2019, three statewide ballot measures were certified to appear on the Washington ballot on November 5, 2019.

  • Referendum 88 requires a statewide vote on I-1000 (an initiative to allow affirmative action that was approved by the legislature), meaning a yes vote on R-88 approves I-1000 and allows affirmative action policies in Washington and a no vote on R-88 rejects I-1000 and continues to ban affirmative action policies in Washington.
  • The state legislature referred one constitutional amendment to the 2019 ballot. The amendment would authorize the Washington State Legislature, during periods of catastrophic incidents that are considered emergencies, to pass bills that address the succession of powers and duties of public offices when the offices’ incumbents and legal successors are unavailable for carrying out the office.
  • I-976, the $30 car tabs measure, was certified to appear on the 2019 ballot when the legislature adjourned without acting on the measure.

Note: this page will be updated when information becomes available/known to the Auburn Examiner.

 

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