Day Two of Candidate Filing

The second day of candidate filing saw a two more incumbents file to retain their seats including Mason County Sheriff, the 35th District State Senator race draws a Republican, another enters the race for District Court Judge, and Congressional races get challengers.

Incumbent Democrat Casey Salisbury filed to retain his seat as Mason County Sheriff. Monday, Darin Holland filed for the position.

Republican Marco Brown filed for 35th District State Senator joining Democrat Irene Bowling in challenging incumbent Democrat Tim Sheldon.

Monty Cobb filed to stay Mason County Superior Court Judge Position 2. Cobb was appointed to the bench in March after the retirement of Toni Sheldon.

There are now four in the race for Mason County District Court Judge. Stephen D. Greer filed for the seat Tuesday joining Eric Valley, Eugene C. Austin and John R. Bonin.

In the 6th Congressional District, Republican Douglas Dightman is challenging incumbent Democrat Derek Kilmer.

Two entered the race for 10th Congressional District U.S. Representative with Republican Joseph Brumbles and Nancy Dailey Slotnick form the Independent Centrist Party challenging incumbent Democrat Denny Heck.

Three Republicans filed Tuesday for U.S. Senator: RC Smith from Vancouver, Seattle’s GoodSpaceGuy and Matthew D. Heines from Redmond.

Candidate filing continues until the close of business Friday.

The Primary Election is August 7th. The General Election is November 6th.