CK candidates file for office

Candidate filing ends Friday, May 17

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CK candidates file for office

Candidate filing began on Monday for the November election. Here is a list of candidates who have filed to run for office.

City of Bremerton

  • Council District 2 – Leslie Daugs, Nonpartisan Office 4-year term
  • Council District 4 – Lori Wheat, Nonpartisan Office 4-year term
  • Council District 6 – Anna Mockler, Jared Hofer and Erinn Howell, Nonpartisan Office 4-year term

Bremerton School District

  • Director Position 1 – Karen Bolton, Nonpartisan Office 4-year term
  • Director Position 2 – John Paul Hurley, Nonpartisan Office 4-year term
  • Director Position 3 – Jonee Dubos, Nonpartisan Office 4-year term

Central Kitsap School District

  • Director District 2 – Rob MacDermid, Nonpartisan Office 4-year term
  • Director District 3 – Drayton Jackson, Nonpartisan Office 4-year term
  • Director District 4 – Jeanie Schulze, Nonpartisan Office 4-year term

Central Kitsap Fire and Rescue

  • Commissioner Position 2 – Guy Earle, Nonpartisan Office 6-year term
  • Commissioner Position 4 – Ken Erickson and Curtis Perdue, Nonpartisan Office 6-year term

Port of Bremerton District No. 1

  • Commissioner District 2 – Gary Anderson, Jack Edwards and Michael Nicosia, Nonpartisan Office 6-year term

Port of Brownsville District No. 2

  • Commissioner District 3 – Shaun Nye, Nonpartisan Office 6-year short and full term

Port of Illahee District No. 6

  • Commissioner Position 3 – James Aho, Nonpartisan Office 6-year term

Port of Manchester District No. 10

  • Commissioner Position 1 – James Strode and Shawn Murphy, Nonpartisan Office 4-year term

Port of Silverdale District No. 14

  • Commissioner District 1 – Caleb Reese, Nonpartisan Office 6-year short and full term

Port of Tracyton District No. 15

  • Commissioner District 3 – Ken Griffin, Nonpartisan Office 6-year short and full term

Silverdale Water District No. 16

  • Commissioner Position 2 – John Poppe, Nonpartisan Office 6-year term

Candidate filing ends Friday, May 17, at 4 p.m online and at 4:30 p.m. in person. Candidates may file by mail until May 17.

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