PORT ANGELES — LeAnne Fletcher has filed to be returned to her District 3 seat on the Cape Flattery School Board.
A special three-day filing period began Wednesday for the Cape Flattery School Board seat now held by Fletcher — a Sekiu resident — and the Position 2 seat on the Quillayute Park and Recreation District commission, now held by Susie Brandelisu.
Neither seat had drawn candidates for the Nov. 2 general election during the regular candidate filing period that ended May 21.
If no candidate files for an office, it will be deemed lapsed and will not appear on the general election ballot. The incumbent or person appointed will be up for election at the next election when such positions are voted upon.
Races with candidates will appear only on the general election ballot, with no primary election contest regardless of the number who seek the post. The candidate who receives the most votes in the general election will be declared the winner.
Candidates can file online until 4 p.m. today via the Clallam County elections website at http://www.clallam.net/elections. Candidates also can file in person from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. during the special filing period at the Auditor’s Office in the County Courthouse, 223 E. Fourth St., Suite 1, in Port Angeles. They can file by paper, through the mail or drop them in the drive-up drop box at the courthouse.
Candidates who file during the special filing period cannot withdraw.
For more information, see the elections website or call 360-417-2217.