League of Women Voters hosts candidate night for North Kitsap voters

League of Women Voters Kitsap will be hosting a candidate forum at Poulsbo City Hall tonight at 5:30 p.m.

The candidates will include eight individuals running for positions on the North Kitsap School Board and four individuals running for positions on Poulsbo City Council.

  • NK School Board Position 2: Candidates: Pamela Madden-Boyer and Mike Desmond
  • NK School Board Position 3: Candidates: Breanne Martinez and April Ferguson
  • NK School Board Position 4: Candidates: Karl Fidler and Nancy Moffat
  • NK School Board Position 5: Candidates: Cindy Webster-Martinson and Kim Gerlach
  • Poulsbo City Council Position 1: Candidates: Dawn DeSalvo and Andrew Phillips
  • Poulsbo City Council Position 3: Britt Livdahl and Ricky Moon

Many folks may have already received their voter’s pamphlets, but this is a chance to meet and ask questions of the candidates and get to know them in person.

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