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2013 Mill Creek election

2013 Election for Mill Creek City Council set

All of the four Mill Creek City Council seats up for election in 2013 will be contested. A Primary Election for two of these City Council positions will be necessary.

All of the four Mill Creek City Council seats up for election in 2013 will be contested. In two of these contests three candidates have filed for the same position, which means there will be a Primary Election for these City Council positions.

The State of Washington has a Top 2 Primary system. This allows voters to choose among all candidates running for each office regardless of their party preference. The two candidates who receive the most votes in the August 6th Primary Election qualify for the November 5th General Election.

Lynn Sordel files to run for his Mill Creek City Council seat

On April 30, 2013 Lynn Sordel announced that he has filed for election to his City Council seat

Lynn Sordel was appointed to the Mill Creek City Council on November 13, 2012. A six-year Mill Creek resident who had served on the Mill Creek Parks and Recreation Board, Sordel was deemed to be the best choice by a majority of the City Council out of the seven candidates who submitted letters of interest.

Sordel’s appointment is until November 2013 when his seat comes up for election. The winner of this election will serve a four year term.

On April 30, 2013 Sordel announced that he has filed for election to his City Council seat.

Michelson to seek re-election to Mill Creek City Council

Donna Michelson announced she plans to file for re-election for her position on the Mill Creek City Council

Donna Michelson announced she plans to file for re-election for her position on the Mill Creek City Council, “I am honored to have been part of the council serving the residents of Mill Creek.  If re-elected, I will continue to listen and address the concerns and issues of the citizenry and our businesses.  I believe experience and history will be critical given the challenges of competing needs during this economic environment.”

Michelson has been a councilmember since 1999, serving 2 years as Mayor and 4 years as Mayor Pro-Tem.

Four Mill Creek City Council seats up for election

There are four Mill Creek City Council seats up for election in 2013. The filing period for these positions is May 13-17, 2013.

The following four Mill Creek City Council seats are up for election in 2013:

  • Position #1 – Short & Four year term
  • Position #2 – Four year term
  • Position #3 – Four year term
  • Position #4 – Four year term

The filing period for these positions is May 13-17, 2013.  The filing fee is $60.00.   Any Mill Creek citizen interested in running for a seat on the Mill Creek City Council may call the Snohomish County Auditors Office at 425-388-3444 for more information on filing.  For information related to the duties of the position, please contact Kelly Chelin, Mill Creek City Clerk, at 425-745-1891.

Former Mill Creek City Councilmember Terry Ryan announces run for Snohomish County Council

Former Mill Creek City Councilmember Terry Ryan announced his candidacy for the Snohomish County Council’s District 4 seat today, January 17, 2013.

Former Mill Creek City Councilmember Terry Ryan announced his candidacy for the Snohomish County Council’s District 4 seat on January 16, 2013.

Ryan announced that he is seeking the Councilmember position as a Democrat.

District 4 contains the City of Mill Creek as well as parts of Mountlake Terrace, Lynnwood, Briar, Bothell, and unincorporated Snohomish County. County Councilmember Dave Gossett, a Democrat from Mountlake Terrace, currently represents the District. Since Councilmember Gossett has served for three consecutive terms, he is unable to run again.

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