Successful Candidate Forum June 23
Our first-ever online and broadcast forum, presented with a great deal of help from AAUW-PT and KPTZ 91.9, featured answers to a range of publicly submitted questions given by Heidi Eisenhour, Amanda Rae Funaro, and Lorna Smith, all Democrats, running for the District 2 seat on the Board of County Commissioners.
Thank you to the 145 webinar attendees and to all those who listened in to KPTZ.
A recording of the forum can be found on YouTube on Dennis Daneau's channel
and as a podcast on KPTZ 91.9
More Forums, Coming Right Up:
Virtual forums presented by the League of Women Voters of Tacoma/Pierce County, the League of Women Voters of the Spokane Area, and The League of Women Voters of Clallam County
Thursday, July 9 5:30 pm, Lieutenant Governor (LWVT/PC)
Watch live on www.TVW.org
Send questions in advance to email@example.com
Thursday, July 16, 7:00 pm, Secretary of State (LWVSA)
Incumbent Sec. of State Kim Wyman (R) meets challengers Gael Tarleton (D), Gentry Lange (Progressive Party of Washington State) and Ed Minger (Ind)
Thursday, July 23 6:00 pm Legislative District 24 Position 1 (LWVCLA)
- Sue Forde - declined; not available
- Daniel Charles Svoboda - confirmed
- Mike Chapman - confirmed
Thursday, July 30 6:00 pm Legislative District 24 Position 2 (LWVCLA)
- Darren Corcoran
- Jodi Wilke - confirmed
- Steve Tharinger - confirmed
- Brian Pruiett
Forums: Many other races will be on our primary election ballot. In order to help our local voters learn about the candidates, we will provide information on this page about other Leagues' forums and how to access them. Keep checking back!
Questions for candidates for State Representative candidates may be submitted to Clallam's League via our email address, firstname.lastname@example.org .
Voting: Ballots for the August 4 primary election will be mailed July 15 to all county voters. It will encompass many statewide offices and three legislative district offices as well as the District 2 County Commissioner race.
Voter's Guide: By July 10, the state League's Vote411.org site will be live with a voters guide to all candidates on the primary election ballot. Go to Vote411.org, enter your address for your personalized ballot. Our county does not print a voters guide for this election, so Vote411 is especially useful to Jefferson County.
Sample Primary Election Ballot: Click here and scroll about halfway down the page to find a link to download our Jefferson County sample ballot.
Remember, District 1 and District 2 County Commissioners will appear only on their voters' ballots. District 3 will not vote on any County Commissioner candidates in the primary election.
Also, Precinct Committee Officer candidates will appear only on the ballots of voters in which there are two candidates for the office.
Dennis Daneau, Chair
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