Submitted by Friends of Leo Gruba for DuPont City Council Pos. 7 DuPont resident and former Joint Base Lewis-McChord Soldier Leo Gruba has announced he will seek a seat on the DuPont City Council.
Patty Moore has filed to run for City Council Position #3 in DuPont. She served as a Department of the Army civilian for 33 years in Germany and Korea, as well as tours in the US.
Submitted by Chris Barnes After many long discussions with my family, we decided that now is the time to run for City Council. Last week I filed to run for Position 1.
Submitted by Luis Jimenez As a long-standing resident of DuPont a former member of the Parks and Recreation committee and serving as a 2LT in the Washington Civil Air Patrol, I would like your vote as your new candidate for Position 1 in the DuPont city council.
Submitted by Matthew Jolibois The City of Fircrest has made strides on many fronts in the last 3.5 years and Jolibois wants to keep moving forward, not backwards.
Tacoma, WA – Shalisa “Shay” Hayes, a community organizer and health insurance professional who led the funding efforts for Eastside Community Center in Tacoma, announced her run for Tacoma City Council in District 4 today.
The Pierce County Auditor’s Office is opening a special appointment period to recruit individuals to write committee statements for the Aug. 1, 2017, Primary Election Local Voters’ Pamphlet in the following districts:
Submitted by Washington State House Republican Communications Now that the 105-day regular session of the Washington State Legislature is complete, Rep. Dick Muri has opened his 28th District office.
Election filing week is May 15-19. It’s a chance to look out for your community’s interests, and a golden opportunity to forget the ugly divisions of last year’s presidential election. Read more: Cure for cynicism? Run for local office | The News Tribune
In August 2017, four members of our Lakewood City Council, whose positions expire on December 31, 2017, are running for reelection. The four incumbents are Jason Whalen, who serves as deputy mayor, Mary Moss, Michael Brandstetter and John Simpson.