Clallam: Prosecuting attorney race heats up

PORT ANGELES — The race for Clallam County prosecuting attorney is heating up with incumbent Chris Shea’s re-election bid.

Shea, a Democrat, announced Wednesday that he will seek a second term.

Shea filed Wednesday with the Clallam County Auditor’s Office, challenging Republican Deborah Kelly, who announced her candidacy in January.

No other candidates filed Wednesday for county elected positions.

The filing deadline is Friday.

Shea and opponent Kelly, a former county public works attorney in the prosecuting attorney’s office, have already clashed in the race.


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