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.
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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.
Candidate filing begins Monday, May 15 with the Pierce County Auditor’s Office. A total of 204 offices in 74 jurisdictions across the county are open for election this year. They include:
Submitted by Patty Mannie, Campaign Manager Local business leader and commercial real estate specialist Jim Jensen is proud to announce his candidacy for Port of Tacoma, Commissioner.
Tacoma – Kevin Grossman, the President of the Cross District Association of Tacoma and former Vice Chair of the Washington State Affordable Housing Advisory Board, announced his bid for Tacoma City Council in Position 4.
Submitted by P.K. Thumbi Steilacoom, WA – Paul Kirehu (P.K.) Thumbi announces his candidacy for a seat on the Steilacoom Town Council. Thumbi intends to run for council position 3 that is set to be open. Originally from a small village in Lower Kabete in Central Kenya, Thumbi immigrated to United States in 2012.
Community leader Ria J. Johnson-Covington has announced her candidacy for Lakewood City Council Position 5.