Election 96

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Below are sites - some on NW Citizen - of Whatcom County political candidates. November 5 is the election.

42th District - Whatcom County and the north half of Bellingham.

Online Voters Guide, published by the Secretary of State. Type in "42" - without the quotes.

State Senator - 4 year term to Olympia
No election. Senator Ann Anderson, is 2 years into her 4 year term.

State Representative - Position 1 - 2 year term to Olympia
Gene Goldsmith - Republican
Our colorful state representative from Ferndale, is running for a second term.
Georgia Gardner - Democrat
From Blaine, she is running for her first public office.

State Representative - Position 2 - 2 year term to Olympia
Kelli Linville - Democrat
Running for election to the position she was appointed to a year ago when Pete Kremen resigned to become our county executive.
Karen Frederick - Republican
She is against the Growth Management laws and is making that her issue.

 

40th District - S. of Lakeway in Bellingham, NW & E Skagit County and the San Juan Islands.

Online Voters Guide, published by the Secretary of State. Type in "40" - without the quotes.

State Senator - 4 year term to Olympia
Harriet Spanel - Democrat
Running for re-election to a second term.
Skip Richards - Republican
Controversial Property Rights advocate in his first run for public office.

State Representative - Position 1 - 2 year term to Olympia
Dave Quall - Democrat
No web site. A little info is on Dave's page in the Official Voters Guide.

State Representative - Position 2 - 2 year term to Olympia
Jeff Morris - Democrat
From Mount Vernon, he is running for seat being vacated by Cheryl Hymes.

 

US Congress - 2nd US Congresional District Representative

Kevin Quigley - Democrat
Kevin beat Joe Bowen in the primary to become the Democratic challenger to Jack.
Jack Metcalf - Republican
No web site yet. Jack is running for his second term as our US Representtive.

PUD #1 - Public Utility District #1 - Whatcom County

An elective office we never hear about, this position is actually very important now because of the deregulation of electricity and the fight for Nooksack River water rights.

Bob Ebright is being challenged by Bob Anderson. We will try to get you more information on these two candidates.

An Index of More Political Sites is maintained by Barry Bowen's excellent Civic Access site.

Online Voters Guide, published by the Secretary of State.

 
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