Many file for local offices in North Kitsap

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Filing week took place recently, and a large number of candidates are seeking local offices in North Kitsap County.

In the city of Poulsbo, Becky Erickson is the only candidate for mayor, and Ed Stern the only one for City Council Position 5 and Gary B. McVey the only candidate for Position 7. Carrie Bays and David Musgrove will face off in November for Position 6.

In the North Kitsap School District, Breane Martinez is the only candidate for District 3, but Richard Eckert and Michael Duchemin will face off in November for District 1.

For Kitsap County Fire Protection 18, James Ingalls and Douglas Finsel filed for Position 1.

For North Kitsap Fire and Rescue, Wilson Stewart filed for Position 1 and Gillian Gregory for Position 4.

Russell Cordiner filed for District 3 in the Eglon Port race. Eric Cookson filed in District 2 for the Indianola Port race.

For Kingston Port commission, Mary McClure filed for District 2,

For the Port of Poulsbo, Jamie Green filed for Position 2 and Thomas Rose for Position 3.

In the Village Green Metropolitan Park District, Bobbie Moore and Sherri Kelsay both filed for Position 1, Patrick Pearson was the only one to file for Position 4, and there will be a primary for Position 5 as Ronald Luke, Bob Netzel and Ben Nimmons all filed.

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