Lynnwood election results, as of 8 p.m. Tuesday

Here are the general election results for Lynnwood City Council just posted to the Snohomish County Elections website. We’ll update shortly with other races. City of Lynnwood COUNCIL POS 4 Vote Count / Percent Loren Simmonds 989 43.59% Shirley Sutton 1,265 55.75% Write-In 15 0.66% Total 2,269 100.00% City of Lynnwood COUNCIL POS 5 Chris…

Local candidates’ contributions and funding as of Oct. 30

Here is the latest information from the Washington State Public Disclosure Commission on our local candidates’ campaign finances. For each candidate, we’ve provided a link to the detailed breakdown of contributions by name and amount. The Washington State Public Disclosure laws require that candidates who spent more than $5,000 on a prior campaign or expect…

Local candidates’ contributions and funding as of Oct. 17

Here is the latest information from the Washington State Public Disclosure Commission on our local candidates’ campaign finances. For each candidate, we’ve provided a link to the detailed breakdown of contributions by name and amount. The Washington State Public Disclosure laws require that candidates who spent more than $5,000 on a prior campaign or expect…

Local candidates’ contributions and funding as of Oct. 2

Here is the latest information from the Washington State Public Disclosure Commission on our local candidates’ campaign finances. For each candidate, we’ve provided a link to the detailed breakdown of contributions by name and amount. The Washington State Public Disclosure laws require that candidates who spent more than $5,000 on a prior campaign or expect…

Edmonds Community College to host Snohomish County Executive forum on Oct. 15

Candidates for the Snohomish County Executive position will appear at a question-and-answer forum at 7 p.m., Thurs., Oct. 15, at Edmonds Community College.  The  event will be held at Edmonds Community College’s Black Box Theatre in Mukilteo Hall, 20310 68th Ave. W, Lynnwood. The forum will focus on the Snohomish County Executive position with candidates,…

Local candidates’ contributions and funding as of Sept. 18

Here is the latest information from the Washington State Public Disclosure Commission on our local candidates’ campaign finances. For each candidate, we’ve provided a link to the detailed breakdown of contributions by name and amount. The Washington State Public Disclosure laws require that candidates who spent more than $5,000 on a prior campaign or expect…

Election 2015: Somers edges ahead of Lovick in race for Snohomish County Executive

The latest results from the primary show a shift in the race for Snohomish County Executive as Council Member Dave Somers, who initially trailed Tuesday night, barely inched ahead of his fellow Democratic rival, incumbent County Executive John Lovick. Somers was leading with 32.37 percent of the vote (24,535), while Lovick was right behind him with 33.26 percent (24,530)…

Election 2015: Simmonds and Frizzell ahead in primary races

Lynnwood City Council President Loren Simmonds was ahead of his two opponents in the race for Council Position No. 4, while challenger Chris Frizzell was leading Councilmember Benjamin Goodwin in the race for Council Position No. 5 after the initial reporting of results from Tuesday’s primary. Simmonds captured 44 percent of the vote (1,081), while Shirley Sutton…

Citizens can use Accessible Voting Units at Lynnwood Library

Voters who cannot cast a private, independent ballot by mail can use Accessible Voting Units (AVUs) on Monday and Tuesday at the Lynnwood Library.  AVUs are touch screen voting devices that feature large font, audio and tactile options to assist voters in casting their choices. Voters who choose to cast a ballot on an AVU…

Reminder: Return primary election ballots by Tuesday

Time is running out for voters to return their ballots for the 2015 primary election. Voted ballots may be returned through a ballot drop box or through the mail. If mailing, use a stamp and make sure your ballot will be postmarked or cancelled by Election Day, Tuesday, Aug. 4. The ballot drop box in…

Election Watch 2015 Video: Lynnwood City Council Candidates speak at League of Women Voters forum

Candidates for Lynnwood City Council spoke at the July 22 forum sponsored by the Snohomish County League of Women Voters at the Lynnwood Library. Those participating included Position 5 incumbent Loren Simmonds and challengers Maria Ambalada and Shirley Sutton; Position 5 incumbent Benjamin Goodwin and challenger Chris Frizzell; Position 7 incumbent Van AuBuchon and challenger Shannon…

Reminder: Candidates’ Forum set for Wednesday, July 22 at Lynnwood Library

Candidates running for Lynnwood City Council, Snohomish County Executive and Snohomish County Council are scheduled to appear at a Candidates’ Forum at 6:30 p.m, Wednesday, July 22 at the Lynnwood Library. Individuals scheduled to appear include Snohomish County Executive candidates Dave Somers, John Lovick, Robert Sutherland, Norm Nunnally and James Robert Deal; Lynnwood City Council candidates Shirley Sutton, Loren Simmonds,…

Election Watch 2015 Video: Lynnwood City Council candidate interviews

You should be receiving your primary election ballot in your mailbox in the next few days. In case you missed them, Lynnwood Today conducted video interviews with candidates running for Lynnwood City Council. Check out interviews with Loren Simmonds, Shirley Sutton, Benjamin Goodwin, Chris Frizzell. Maria Ambalada did not participate in the interviews and Douglas Jones suspended…

Election Watch 2015 Video: Edmonds School Board, Position 3 candidate interviews

In case you missed them, My Neighborhood News Network (My Edmonds News, MLTnews and Lynnwood Today) conducted video interviews with candidates running for the Edmonds School Board of Directors. The primary election ballots are scheduled to arrive in your mailbox in the next few days. Here are the interviews with candidates for Edmonds School District Board of…