Pairs of candidates move on in 11 Whatcom races
OLYMPIA — Results of the Aug. 6 primary election were certified last week by the Washington Secretary of State’s office. Statewide turnout of 29.56 percent made it the highest odd-year primary since 2009, which came in at 31.04 percent.
The new statewide election management system, VoteWA, performed as expected, said Secretary of State Kim Wyman.
With the new same-day registration law in effect, thousands of individuals were able to register and vote a ballot up to and including Election Day. State election officials are confident VoteWA is ready for the general election in November, she said.
Those advancing on to the Nov. 5 general election in Whatcom County are:
County Executive — Tony Larson and Satpal Sidhu.
County Council District 4 — Kathy Kershner and Brian A. Estes.
County Council District 5 — Ben Elenbaas and Natalie McClendon.
County Council At-Large Position B — Carol Frazey and David Ramirez.
Ferndale Mayor — Jon Mutchler and Greg Hansen.
Ferndale City Council Position 2 — Paul Bulanov and Ali Hawkinson.
Ferndale City Council Position 3 — Erin Gunter and Anya Milton.
Ferndale City Council Position 7 — Ramon Llanos and Maralise Fegan.
Lynden City Council Position 2 — Ronald DeValois and Darren Johnson.
Lynden City Council Position 4 — Jen Marion and Brent Lenssen.
Fire Protection District 21 Commissioner Position 3 — Scott Fischer and Kathy Berg.
Fire Protection District 7 (Ferndale) Proposition 2019-3, General Obligation Bonds of $3.5 million — Approved, 70.25 percent.