Politics

Jena Stamper.
Jena Stamper.

Port Angeles City Council candidate drops out

Remaining two hopefuls to meet in November

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Port Angeles City Council candidates, left to right, LaTrisha Suggs, John DeBoer and Adam Garcia at a primary election forum Tuesday.

Port Angeles City Council hopefuls debate

Candidates’ ideas differ on national vs. local issues

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Port Angeles City Council candidates, left to right, LaTrisha Suggs, John DeBoer and Adam Garcia at a primary election forum Tuesday.

Primary election candidates tout experience, spotlight issues at forum

Online event sees hopefuls for school, fire district, hospital boards

Lindsey Schromen-Wawrin.
Lindsey Schromen-Wawrin.
Port Angeles City Council candidates John Madden and Samantha Rodahl shake hands Tuesday following an election forum while incumbent Mike French looks on. (Paul Gottlieb/Peninsula Daily News)

National topics touch primary forum

Ideological issues part of debate in Port Angeles City Council race

Port Angeles City Council candidates John Madden and Samantha Rodahl shake hands Tuesday following an election forum while incumbent Mike French looks on. (Paul Gottlieb/Peninsula Daily News)
Sky Hardesty-Thompson.
Sky Hardesty-Thompson.
Port Angeles School Board candidates, from left, Jean Stratton, Mary Hebert, Jesse Charles and Gabi Johnson prepare to debate at a Port Angeles Business Association breakfast meeting at Joshua’s Restaurant. (Rob Ollikainen/Peninsula Daily News)
Port Angeles School Board candidates, from left, Jean Stratton, Mary Hebert, Jesse Charles and Gabi Johnson prepare to debate at a Port Angeles Business Association breakfast meeting at Joshua’s Restaurant. (Rob Ollikainen/Peninsula Daily News)
Left to right, Port Angeles City Council candidates Jena Stamper, Jason Thompson and Lindsey Schromen-Wawrin receive election forum format information from moderator Andrew May. (Paul Gottlieb/Peninsula Daily News)
Left to right, Port Angeles City Council candidates Jena Stamper, Jason Thompson and Lindsey Schromen-Wawrin receive election forum format information from moderator Andrew May. (Paul Gottlieb/Peninsula Daily News)

One candidate files during Clallam special filing period

LeAnne Fletcher is running unopposed to retain her District 3 seat on the Cape Flattery School Board in the Nov. 2 general… Continue reading

One candidate files, leaving seven positions lapsed

Only one candidate filed in Jefferson County during a three-day special filing period for eight open positions. James Boyd filed Thursday for… Continue reading

Candidate files for Brinnon Water District

A candidate filed Thursday for the Brinnon Water District commission, leaving seven positions still open with no candidates after day two of… Continue reading

Candidate files for Cape Flattery School Board

LeAnne Fletcher has filed to be returned to her District 3 seat on the Cape Flattery School Board. A special three-day filing… Continue reading

Eight Jefferson County seats remain without candidates

No candidates filed for any of the eight positions open on the first day of the special filing period for Jefferson County.… Continue reading

Two Clallam County seats remain without candidates

No one filed for two open positions in Clallam County on Wednesday. A special three-day filing period began Wednesday for the District… Continue reading

Special filing period opens for two offices in Clallam County

A special three-day filing period begins today for two Clallam County offices that drew no candidates after the regular filing period closed… Continue reading

Clallam County primary ballot blossoms

Former Port Angeles Mayor Karen Rogers files for hospital seat