Day 3 of Candidate Filing

Wednesday was the third day of candidate filing.

Another person filed for 10th Congressional District U.S. Representative. Republican Don Hewett entered the race for the seat being vacated by Denny Heck. There are now four Republians and seven Democrats in the race: Randolph (Randy) Bell (D), Phil Gardner (D), Jackson Maynard (R), Beth Doglio (D), Sam Wright (D), Marilyn Strickland (D), Ryan Tate (R), Kristine M. Reeves (D), Eric LaMay (D), Nancy Daily Slotnick (R), and Don Hewett (R).

In the 6th Congressional District, Republian Chris Welton joined Elizabeth Kreiselmaier (R) and Rebecca Parson (D) in challenging incumbent Derek Kilmer (D).

No new filings for 35th District State Representative Positions 1 and 2; Mason County Commissioner Districts 1 and 2; Mason County Superior Court Judge positions 1, 2 and 3; Mason County PUD No. 1 Commissioner District 2; or Mason PUD 3 Commissioner District 2.

Through Wednesday:

Three people filed for 35th District State Representative Position 2: Darcy Huffman (D), incumbent Drew MacEwen (R) and Bremerton resident Earl W. Burt who indicated “SHORTSTOP” as his party preference.

For 35th District State Representative Position 1, incumbent Dan Griffey (R) drew a challenge from Colton Myers (D).

In Mason County, Ted Jackson filed for County Commissioner District No. 1 and incumbent Kevin Shutty filed for County Commissioner District No. 2. Both are Republicans.

The incumbents for Mason County Superior Court Judge filed to retain their seats. Amber Finlay for Position 1. Monty Cobb for Position 2. And Daniel Goodell for Position 3.

The incumbents for Public Utility District Commissioners filed for their seats. Ron Gold for PUD No. 1 Commissioner District 2. Tom Farmer filed for PUD 3 Commissioner District 2.

Deadline to file for the upcoming election is 4 PM Friday, May 15, 2020.