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2013 filing day two

May 14th, 2013 by Steven Gardner

Day one filing information can be found here.

Midday day two filings of note include Arlene Buetow running against John Green on Bainbridge Island.

In Bremerton Roy Runyon wants back on the city council and will challenge Faye Flemister in District Six. Mike Sullivan will challenge Cynthia Triplette Galloway in District One, while District Three is a three-way race as of today. Mike Strube and Jerry McDonald will challenge Adam Brockus.

In Port Orchard Fred Chang filed to run for re-election to his council seat.

In Poulsbo Melody Sky Eisler is challenging Jim Henry for a spot on the council.

All three CK School Board incumbents are running. On Bainbridge Island Mev Hoburg is running for her school board seat and Sheila Jakubik is running for the spot held by Mary Curtis.

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4 Responses to “2013 filing day two”

  1. Colleen Smidt Says:

    Editor’s note: This comment was removed because it was off topic.

  2. Jane_Rebelowski Says:

    The “Harborside Condos” are now in my district?

  3. Steven Gardner Says:


    Beginning in 2014 Manette will be in the same district as downtown, one of the results of council reduction and the redistricting that followed.

    Steven Gardner
    Kitsap Sun

  4. Jane_Rebelowski Says:

    Did not pay attention to that slip in, time to move to our rental in West Bremerton

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