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Updated Primary Election Results

Wednesday, election officials in the Mason County Auditor’s Office updated the results from Tuesday’s Primary Election. No changes from the initial results for City of Shelton Commissioner of Streets and Public Improvement. Kevin Dorcy and incumbent Tracy Moore are the top two candidates and will face off in the General Election.

Dory received 446 votes (34.87%) while Moore has 409 votes (31.98%).

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Shelton City Commissioner Primary Election Results

Here are the unofficial Primary Election results for Shelton City Commissioner of Streets & Public Improvement after ballots were counted Tuesday night:

Jacob Dreifus 53 votes 4.63%
Kevin Dorcy 411 votes 35.93%
Tracy Moore 366 votes 31.99%
Eric Onisko 313 votes 27.36%

More ballots will be counted Wednesday.

Turn out for this election, so far, is 25.56 percent.

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Primary Ballots Due Tuesday

Primary Election Ballots must be returned to the Mason County Auditor’s Office by 8 PM Tuesday. The only primary race is for City of Shelton Commissioner of Streets and Public Improvement. There are four candidates:

City voters can drop off their ballot at the drop box in front of Mason County Building I, 411 North Fifth Street or use the drive-thru box at the Shelton Timberland Regional Library, 710 West Alder.

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Future of City Commission in Voters’ Hands

Whether the City of Shelton will continue as the only City Commission in the State of Washington is now in the hands of voters. During a special meeting Wednesday, the City Commissioners unanimously approved a resolution that submits the question to city voters on November 7th. Voters will be asked to decide whether or not the City of Shelton should adopt a seven member Council/Manager form of government, and abandon the City’s current three member Commission leadership structure.

Wednesday’s action comes in response to a citizen petition that was submitted to the Mason County Auditor’s Office earlier this week.There were over 220 signatures on that petition which surpassed the state regulated signature requirement (ten percent of the votes cast at the last general municipal election.) On Tuesday, Mason County Auditor Karen Herr certified that 157 of those signatures were verified registered city voters, allowing the ballot measure to placed on the General Election Ballot.

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Petition to Ask Voters to Change City Commission Being Reviewed

A citizens petition that would ask voters in the City of Shelton if they want to change the current three-member commission to a seven-member council is being reviewed by election officials in the Mason County Auditor’s Office.

Last week, a motion for the City Commission to send the measure to voters died for lack of a second. So, supporters of the concept decided to gather the necessary signatures on a petition to get the question before voters on November 7th. They needed signatures from 10 percent of the voter turnout from the last municipal election or 157.

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Voter Accessibility Open House Tuesday

The Mason County Auditor’s Office will be celebrating National Disability Voter Registration Week and Get out the Disability Vote the week of July 17th. This is part of a national effort to make the Disability Vote more influential through the REV UP Campaign. REV UP stands for Register! Educate! Vote! Use your Power!

On July 18th, the Auditor’s Office is holding an Accessibility Open House, from 10 am to 1 pm, to give citizens the opportunity to vote on an Accessible Voting Unit in a mock election in order to decide whether using this system is a viable option for them in the future. Election officials will also provide the opportunity to register to vote and discuss ways the Auditor’s office can improve the election process for all persons with disabilities.

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Watch City Commission Candidates’ Forum

Watch the Shelton City Commission Candidates’ Forum presented by the Shelton Mason County Chamber of Commerce, the Shelton Mason County Journal, Hood Canal Communications and MasonWebTV Powered by HCC. The forum features those running for Shelton City Commissioner of Streets and Public Improvement:Tracy Moore, Erick Onisko, Kevin Dorcy and Jacob Dreifus. Each will introduce themselves, answer predetermined questions, and ask a question of their opponents. The forum starts at 6 PM and can be viewed online at www.MasonWebTV.com and www.hcc.net/news as well as on Hood Canal Communications’ local channel.

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City Commission Candidates’ Forum Thursday

The Shelton Mason County Chamber of Commerce, the Shelton Mason County Journal, Hood Canal Communications and MasonWebTV Powered by HCC are hosting a candidates forum Thursday for those running for Shelton City Commissioner of Streets and Public Improvement. The forum is being held in the training room at Mason County Public Work, 100 W. Public Works Dr. in Shelton and will start at 6 PM.

The candidates are Tracy Moore, Erick Onisko, Kevin Dorcy and Jacob Dreifus. Each will introduce themselves, answer predetermined questions, and ask a question of their opponents. If you have questions for the candidates, written questions will be accepted at the forum or you can email them to exec@sheltonchamber.org.

This forum is free and open to the public.

If you are unable to attend, MasonWebTV Powered by HCC will be broadcasting the forum live online as well as on Hood Canal Communications’ local channel.

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Republicans Host City Commission Candidates in the Park

The Republican Women’s Club of Mason County hosted the four candidates running for Shelton City Commissioner of Streets and Public Improvement Friday at Kneeland Park in Shelton. After making introductory statements, the candidates answered questions from the audience. The candidates are Kevin Dorcy, Jacob Dreifus, Tracy Moore and Eric Onisko.

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