Candidates for a seat on the Port of Skagit Board of Commissioners spoke during a candidates forum Monday on business development and forming partnerships.
ANACORTES — Three candidates, including two Anacortes City Council members and a political newcomer, are vying to become the next mayor of Anacortes.
SEDRO-WOOLLEY — Incumbent Kevin Loy will face challengers Nickolas Lavacca and David J. Baer in the Aug. 3 primary election for the Sedro-Woolley City Council’s at-large seat.
CONCRETE — Three candidates are vying for a Concrete Town Council seat that has gone uncontested in elections since 2007, according to Skagit County Elections Office records.
In one of the more crowded fields for the primary election, four candidates are running for the Port of Skagit commissioner seat held by Bill Shuler.
SEDRO-WOOLLEY — Incumbent Enrique Lopez-Cisneros is facing two challengers for his seat on the Sedro-Woolley School Board.
ANACORTES — Three newcomers are vying to fill a position on the school board long held by current board President Bobbilyn Hogge, who is not running to retain her seat.
CONCRETE — Three people are running to fill a vacant seat on the Concrete School Board.
Three candidates enter the Aug. 3 primary election hoping to advance to the general election for United General Hospital District 304’s Commissioner Position 1 role.
With the deadline fast approaching, several prominent elected positions were still without any candidates as of Thursday evening.
Anacortes City Council members Ryan Walters and Matt Miller filed Monday to run for mayor, as filing week for the 2021 election began.
The four school levies that were on county ballots in the Feb. 9 special election have passed.
Updated numbers from Tuesday night’s special election show the Mount Vernon School District’s two levy proposals are now passing.
MOUNT VERNON — Early results from Tuesday’s special election show two of three Skagit County public school districts having something to celebrate, and the third hopeful it can pick up votes.
Voters in three school districts in Skagit County are getting their ballots this week for the Feb. 9 special election.
A huge turnout and the COVID-19 pandemic made for a unique general election, according to the Skagit County auditor.
With certification of the 2020 general election complete, the races on Skagit County’s ballot are official.
Skagit County all but finished on Monday counting all the ballots from the Nov. 3 general election.
Elizabeth Yost Neidzwski has a 395-vote lead over Tom Seguine in the race for a judge position in Skagit County Superior Court with an estimate 375 ballots left to be counted.
Skagit County has an estimated 700 ballots left to count after updated election totals were released Thursday afternoon.
Elizabeth Yost Neidzwski built on her lead in her Skagit County Superior Court judge race Monday when the county Elections Department released updated election results.
Peter Browning and Ron Wesen closed in Friday on winning their races for seats on the Skagit County Board of Commissioners.
Tom Seguine drew closer Tuesday to Elizabeth Yost Neidzwski in the race for a judge position in Skagit County Superior Court.
Skagit County Commissioner Ron Wesen, who is now leading the race for his seat, said Monday it’s too early to declare victory in the election.
Skagit County Commissioner Ron Wesen surged ahead of challenger Mark Lundsten after the latest ballot count was released Saturday evening.
A historic election — which saw a record number of voters turn out during a pandemic — brought out all kinds of emotions.
Ron Wesen gained ground Friday in his bid to retain his seat on the Skagit County Board of Commissioners.
Incumbent Ron Muzzall took the lead Thursday in the race for the state Senate seat in the 10th Legislative District.
With another 3,159 ballots counted Wednesday, no election results from Skagit County have changed.
Democratic incumbent Dave Paul is leading in early results for the 10th Legislative District State House Position 2.
Andrew Miller has a solid lead over Ken Goodwin in the race for a seat on the Skagit Public Utility District Board of Commissioners after an initial vote count was released Tuesday night.
State Sen. Liz Lovelett is leading Republican challenger Charles Carrell in the race to retain her seat after Tuesday night's initial vote count.
Longtime U.S. Rep. Rick Larsen was holding a strong lead Tuesday for his House seat in the 2nd Congressional District.
State Rep. Alex Ramel, D-Bellingham, is fending off a challenge from Republican Russ Dzialo in the race for a seat in the state House after Tuesday night's initial vote tally.
Chamber of Commerce CEO Peter Browning was holding a lead over Mount Vernon City Council member Mary Hudson in the race for the Skagit County commissioner seat in District 2.
Democratic challenger Helen Price Johnson is leading the race for the 10th Legislative District state Senate seat against Republican incumbent Ron Muzzall.
Voters in the Alger area appear to be approving Skagit County Fire District 14's request to increase its levy lid.
U.S. Rep. Suzan DelBene's bid to keep her seat in the House of Representatives got off to a strong start Tuesday.
Democratic candidate Angie Homola led Republican Greg Gilday in the first batch of election results released late Tuesday in the race for state House 10th Legislative District, Position 1.
State Rep. Carolyn Eslick, R-Sultan, is leading in the race for state House seat Position 2 representing the 39th Legislative District, as of the first ballot count released Tuesday.
In a race that has become a hot topic in Skagit County, public defender Elizabeth Yost Neidzwski is leading former county Prosecuting Attorney Tom Seguine in the race to fill a vacant judge seat on the Skagit County Superior Court bench.
First-time candidate Mark Lundsten carries a lead over incumbent Ron Wesen in the race for Skagit County commissioner, after Tuesday night's initial ballot count.
As of the first ballot count Tuesday, state Rep. Robert Sutherland, R-Granite Falls, was leading in the race to represent the 39th Legislative District, Position 1, in the state House.
State Sen. Keith Wagoner, R-Sedro-Woolley, held a strong lead Tuesday night in the race to continue representing the 39th Legislative District when the first ballot count was released.
Voters are passing Proposition No. 1, a levy increase sought by Skagit County Cemetery District 3 on Guemes Island.
In the race for a seat on the Skagit Public Utility District board, Andrew Miller has a solid lead over opponent Ken Goodwin after tonight's initial vote count.
40th Legislative District Democrats have comfortable leads to retain their seats after an initial vote count tonight.
About 71% of ballots sent out to Skagit County voters have been returned heading into Election Day.
MOUNT VERNON — With election day less than a week away, Skagit County spokesperson Laura Han said there is an important detail that voters who have yet to cast their ballots need to keep in mind — timing.
Through Thursday afternoon, 44% of Skagit County voters — or 37,800 — who were sent ballots had returned them.
Less than a week into the voting period, Skagit County voters continue returning ballots at a staggering rate.
Voters are putting up eye-popping numbers in terms of returned ballots in Skagit County.
The League of Women Voters of Skagit County has put online its prerecorded forums featuring candidates for public office.
Peter Browning and Mary Hudson, both first-time candidates for elected positions in county government, are squaring off for a seat on the Skagit County Board of Commissioners.
Skagit County Commissioner Ron Wesen, a three-term Republican incumbent, is defending his seat against first-time candidate and Democrat Mark Lundsten.