Matt Miller is the next mayor of Anacortes.
The Skagit County Elections Department estimates it has counted all but 50 ballots from the Nov. 2 general election.
Matt Miller has extended his lead over Ryan Walters in the Anacortes mayor race and now leads by 208 votes.
Matt Miller remains ahead of Ryan Walters in the race to become Anacortes mayor, and now leads by 181 votes.
Matt Miller increased his lead Friday afternoon over Ryan Walters to 169 votes in the race to become Anacortes’ next mayor.
Matt Miller leads Ryan Walters by 145 votes in the race to become Anacortes’ next mayor.
Candidate Matt Miller saw his lead over opponent Ryan Walters grow Wednesday in the race for Anacortes mayor.
Incumbents led in all five Mount Vernon City Council races when the first general election ballot count was released Tuesday night.
Incumbent Peter Browning had a sizable lead Tuesday over challenger and first-time candidate Stephanie LeJeunesse in the race for a seat on the Skagit Regional Health Board of Commissioners.
Voters living in the Fidalgo Pool and Fitness Center District are approving a replacement maintenance and operation levy.
Concrete Mayor Jason Miller was leading by a landslide Tuesday night when initial general election results were released.
Mahlon Hull is leading Griffin Berger by 786 votes in the race for Port of Skagit commissioner.
ANACORTES — Eight votes separated Matt Miller and Ryan Walters in the race for Anacortes mayor after an initial vote count on Tuesday night.
Meredith McIlmoyle and Diana Farnsworth are leading in races for seats on the Anacortes School Board.
A Skagit County Elections Department mistake left one race in the Nov. 2 election off 186 ballots, requiring the county to send out replacement ballots.
Voters living in the Fidalgo Pool and Fitness Center District will decide in the Nov. 2 general election whether to renew a maintenance and operation levy.
Two candidates with different backgrounds and philosophies are running in the Nov. 2 general election to be the next mayor of Anacortes.
With three of five seats up for election, the La Conner Town Council could potentially have a much different look after the Nov. 2 general election.
Concrete Mayor Jason Miller is facing a challenge in the Nov. 2 general election.
Skagit County Fire District 10, which serves residents in Grassmere and Birdsview, is asking voters in the district to approve a levy increase that would allow it to provide more training and equipment for its firefighters.
On an unusually crowded ballot for voters in Mount Vernon, 10 candidates are competing for five seats on the City Council.
A pair of contested races for seats on the Sedro-Woolley City Council will be on the ballot for the Nov. 2 general election.
Long-serving Burlington City Council member Bill Aslett is defending his seat in the Nov. 2 election against challenger Owen McClure.
The two candidates running for Anacortes mayor and the four running for two City Council seats met at a Wednesday evening forum.
Two contested Anacortes City Council races are on the ballot for the Nov. 2 general election.
Voters in Hamilton will decide in the Nov. 2 election whether to keep two town-appointed incumbents on the Town Council or elect new members.
Voters in Concrete will decide on three Town Council positions in the Nov. 2 election, with three incumbents facing off against challengers who include a local florist and a volunteer firefighter.
The Anacortes School Board is set to have two new faces on it.
Sedro-Woolley School Board incumbent Enrique Lopez-Cisneros is looking to retain his seat in the Nov. 2 election against Brent Schiefelbein.
Longtime Burlington-Edison School Board member Roger Howard is facing off in the Nov. 2 election against former Burlington City Council member Tonya Bieche for the board’s District 2 seat.
Two first-time candidates are running against each other for a position on the Concrete School Board.
While there will be two candidates listed on the general election ballot for the Port of Anacortes Position 5 commissioner seat, only incumbent Kathy Pittis wants the job.
Two newcomers to local politics are seeking a seat on the Port of Skagit Board of Commissioners.
First-time candidate Stefanie LeJeunesse is challenging Peter Browning for a seat on the Skagit Regional Health Board of Commissioners.
Two candidates with longtime Skagit County ties will vie for a seat on the United General Hospital District 304 Board of Commissioners.
The League of Women Voters of Skagit County will be manning voter registration tables throughout the county Tuesday in recognition of National Voter Registration Day.
New and returning candidates for seats on the Mount Vernon City Council introduced themselves to voters at an online forum Wednesday afternoon.
ANACORTES — About 50 people attended an online forum Thursday evening to hear from the two candidates running for Anacortes mayor.
Mahlon Hull and Griffin Berger will square off in the Nov. 2 general election for a seat on the Port of Skagit Commission.
The final ballots were counted and the results certified Tuesday for the Aug. 3 primary election.
A special three-day filing period runs Wednesday through Friday for nine elected offices in Skagit County that are without candidates.
Griffin Berger passed Rebecca Skrinde on Friday in their bid to get on the Nov. 2 general election ballot for a seat on the Port of Skagit Board of Commissioners.
The race to see which two candidates running for a seat on the Port of Skagit Board of Commissioners will advance to the Nov. 2 general election remained tight Thursday.
After the first set of primary election results were released Tuesday night, Nickolas Lavacca was the top vote-getter in the Sedro-Woolley City Council race that will determine which two candidates advance to the Nov. 2 general election.
Meredith McIlmoyle and Celese Stevens are leading the primary race for a position on the Anacortes School Board.
Sedro-Woolley School Board member Enrique Lopez-Cisneros was the leader to retain his seat when the first round of primary election results were released Tuesday night.
Candidates Mahlon Hull and Rebecca Skrinde are leading in the race for a seat on the Port of Skagit Board of Commissioners, after initial primary election results were released Tuesday evening.
Drew Jenkins and Michael Bartel are leading in the race to advance to the Nov. 2 general election for a seat on the Concrete Town Council.
Debra Lancaster and Greg Thramer are in position to advance to the general election in the race for Position 1 on the United General Hospital District 304 Board of Commissioners.
ANACORTES — Anacortes City Council members Ryan Walters and Matt Miller are poised to move on to the November general election in the race for Anacortes mayor following Tuesday night’s primary.
Ed Bradel and Paul Rogge are leading in the race for a seat on the Concrete School Board, according to initial primary election results.
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.