Category Archives: Election

Candidate Filing Days 2 & 3

2013MasonWebTVELECTIONDeclarations of candidacy for this fall’s election slowed during the second and third days of candidate filing. As of the close of business on Wednesday, a total of 50 candidates had filed. Some of the filings the last two days include James (Jim) Carnahan for Shelton School Board Position 1; John (Wes) Martin for Grapeview School Board Position #2; Pamela Berger for Grapeview School Board Position #3; Steve Messman for Mary M Knight School Board Director District #1; Paula Flint for Southside School Board Position #4; and Mike Felton for Pioneer School Board Position #5.

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First Day of Candidate Filing

2013MasonWebTVELECTIONOn the first day of candidate filing in the Mason County Auditor’s Office, 34 people filed their declarations of candidacy.

Ginger Brooks filed to retain her seat as Mason County Clerk.

Kathy McDowell and Tracy Moore both filed for City of Shelton Commissioner of Streets and Public Improvement – the seat currently held by Dawn Pannell.

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Election Filing Begins Monday

2013MasonWebTVELECTIONCandidate filing for this fall’s election begins Monday, May 13th and runs through 4 PM Friday, May 17th. There are 64 positions up for election in Mason County during this “off year” election. Among the top positions are Mason County Clerk, City of Shelton Commissioner of Streets and Public Improvement, Public Hospital District 1 Commissioner Position #1, two seats on Public Hospital District 2 Commission, Port of Shelton Commissioner Position 3, and Port of Allyn Commissioner District #3 along with openings on every School Board, Fire District Commission, Water District Commission, and the other Port District Commissions in the County.

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Measures Passing

vote2013The unofficial results from Tuesday’s special election show the North Mason and Grapeview school bonds, and the Union Fire Department’s levy lid lift are passing – all with over 60% approval.

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Special Election Ballots Due

4-23-13 sample ballotBallots for the Special Election for voters in the Grapeview and North Mason School Districts and in Mason County Fire District 6 are due tonight (Tuesday, April 23, 2013). The deadline to drop ballots in one of the drop boxes or at the Mason County Auditor’s Office is 8 PM. If mailing in your ballot, it must have today’s postmark to be counted. Results will be released after 8 PM.

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Grapeview School Sending Bond Back to Voters

After seeing voters reject its $12.5 Million bond by one vote, the Grapeview School District plant to try again in April. The measure requires a 60% approval and came up short after all ballots from the February 12th Election were counted. The bond ended up with 59.94% voting to approve. That’s 594 voting for and 397 voting against.

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Hupp to Run for Re-Election

Copy (1) of Jay's PortrateJay Hupp has announced he will seek re-election to the Port of Shelton Commission this year. In his re-election statement, Hupp outlined some of the accomplishments during his first term which includes businesses at the Port’s Johns Prairie property now being served by city water and the Port-sponsored Foreign Trade Zone sites now having an expanded availability to businesses throughout the county. He also pointed out that in spite of a difficult economy, very few businesses at the Port have closed in the past five years while several new ones have opened and there is a healthy growth trend in several others.

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Official School Election Results

vote2013The results from the February 12th Special Election are now official and only the Hood Canal School District levy has passed. The bond measures in Grapeview and Pioneer failed to get the 60% required to pass.

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North Mason School Bond on April Ballot

North Mason School District voters will decide on a $49 Million construction bond in April. Thursday night, the North Mason School Board voted to place the measure to build a new high school, renovate the current high school into a middle school, and make other safety improvements to Belfair and Sand Hill elementary schools on the April 23 ballot.

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