A Family’s Sacrifice

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Remember Memorial Day

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No its not a day of mattress sales and BBQ but those are possible because our men and women in uniform have sacrificed for our freedoms. Today remember those selfless individuals who gave their lives fighting for the rights of Americans and others. God Bless America!

 

 

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It’s Filing Week! May 11-15! Step up and File!

Contact the County Elections Office

360-378-3357 elections@sanjuanco.com

2015 Offices Open for Election:

48 Offices Open

Office (Term) Incumbent File With Filing Fee
Town of Friday Harbor San Juan
Treasurer

(4-year short and full term, Nonpartisan)

Kelle Wilson
San Juan 87.02
Council Member 1

(4-year term, Nonpartisan)

Steve Hushebeck
San Juan 48.00
Council Member 2

(4-year term, Nonpartisan)

Noel Monin
San Juan 48.00
Council Member 5

(4-year term, Nonpartisan)

Barbara Starr
San Juan 48.00
San Juan Island School District #149 San Juan
School Board Director 3

(4-year term, Nonpartisan)

Ralph Hahn
San Juan 0.00
School Board Director 4

(4-year term, Nonpartisan)

Jennifer Beck Furber
San Juan 0.00
School Board Director 5

(4-year term, Nonpartisan)

Jack K. McKenna
San Juan 0.00
Orcas Island School Dist #137 San Juan
School Board Director 4

(4-year term, Nonpartisan)

Janet Brownell
San Juan 0.00
School Board Director 5

(4-year short and full term, Nonpartisan)

Greg W. White
San Juan 0.00
Lopez Island School District #144 San Juan
School Board Director 3

(4-year term, Nonpartisan)

Del Guenther
San Juan 0.00
School Board Director 4

(4-year term, Nonpartisan)

Dixie Budke
San Juan 0.00
School Board Director 5

(4-year term, Nonpartisan)

Patricia (Patsy) Haber
San Juan 0.00
Shaw Island School District #10 San Juan
School Board Director 2

(2-year unexpired term, Nonpartisan)

Cari Miller
San Juan 0.00
School Board Director 3

(4-year short and full term, Nonpartisan)

John Bogert
San Juan 0.00
School Board Director 4

(4-year term, Nonpartisan)

Jon Shannon
San Juan 0.00
School Board Director 5

(4-year term, Nonpartisan)

Jennifer Swanson
San Juan 0.00
SJC Fire Protection District #2 San Juan
Fire Commissioner 2

(6-year term, Nonpartisan)

Clyde Duke
San Juan 0.00
SJC Fire Protection District #3 San Juan
Fire Commissioner 2

(6-year term, Nonpartisan)

Bob Jarman
San Juan 0.00
SJC Fire Protection District #4 San Juan
Fire Commissioner 2

(6-year term, Nonpartisan)

Jim Lett
San Juan 0.00
SJC Fire Protection District #5 San Juan
Fire Commissioner 1

(4-year unexpired term, Nonpartisan)

Diane Clifton
San Juan 0.00
Fire Commissioner 2

(6-year term, Nonpartisan)

Jaime Smith
San Juan 0.00
Port of Friday Harbor San Juan
Port Commissioner 3

(6-year term, Nonpartisan)

Greg Hertel
San Juan 24.00
Port of Orcas San Juan
Port Commissioner 3

(4-year term, Nonpartisan)

Sheldon Gregory
San Juan 0.00
Port Commissioner 5

(4-year term, Nonpartisan)

Brian Ehrmantraut
San Juan 0.00
Port of Lopez San Juan
Port Commissioner 1

(4-year term, Nonpartisan)

Bruce Dunlop
San Juan 0.00
Port Commissioner 2

(4-year term, Nonpartisan)

Stephen K Adams
San Juan 0.00
San Juan Island Park & Recreation District San Juan
Park & Recreation Commissioner 1

(4-year term, Nonpartisan)

Bill Cumming
San Juan 0.00
Park & Recreation Commissioner 4

(4-year short and full term, Nonpartisan)

Adam Eltinge
San Juan 0.00
Orcas Island Park & Recreation District San Juan
Park & Recreation Commissioner 1

(4-year term, Nonpartisan)

Vicki Vandermay
San Juan 0.00
Park & Recreation Commissioner 2

(2-year unexpired term, Nonpartisan)

Bob Eagan
San Juan 0.00
Park & Recreation Commissioner 3

(4-year term, Nonpartisan)

Martha Farish
San Juan 0.00
Park & Recreation Commissioner 4

(2-year unexpired term, Nonpartisan)

Justin Paulsen
San Juan 0.00
Park & Recreation Commissioner 5

(2-year unexpired term, Nonpartisan)

Ian Lister
San Juan 0.00
San Juan County Cemetery District #1 San Juan
Cemetery Commissioner 2 (San Juan)

(6-year term, Nonpartisan)

Steve Dubail
San Juan 0.00
San Juan County Cemetery District #2 San Juan
Cemetery Commissioner 1 (Stuart)

(4-year unexpired term, Nonpartisan)

David Ericksen
San Juan 0.00
Cemetery Commissioner 3 (Stuart)

(6-year term, Nonpartisan)

Cheryl L. Opalski
San Juan 0.00
San Juan County Cemetery District #3 San Juan
Cemetery Commissioner 2 (Orcas)

(6-year term, Nonpartisan)

Joyce E. Nigretto
San Juan 0.00
Cemetery Commissioner 3 (Orcas)

(2-year unexpired term, Nonpartisan)

Pierrette Guimond
San Juan 0.00
San Juan County Public Hospital District #1 San Juan
Hospital Commissioner 2

(2-year unexpired term, Nonpartisan)

Mike Taylor
San Juan 0.00
Hospital Commissioner 3

(6-year term, Nonpartisan)

Lenore L. Bayuk
San Juan 0.00
Hospital Commissioner 5

(6-year term, Nonpartisan)

Rosanna O’Donnell
San Juan 0.00
Cape San Juan Water District San Juan
Water Commissioner 2

(6-year term, Nonpartisan)

Barbara L. Miller
San Juan 0.00
Water Commissioner 3

(2-year unexpired term, Nonpartisan)

Susan Reed
San Juan 0.00
Cattle Point Water District San Juan
Water Commissioner 2

(6-year term, Nonpartisan)

Sandy Ryan
San Juan 0.00
Eastsound Sewer & Water District San Juan
Sewer & Water Commissioner 3

(6-year term, Nonpartisan)

Gregory M Ayers
San Juan 0.00
Sewer & Water Commissioner 5

(2-year unexpired term, Nonpartisan)

Michael Stolmeier
San Juan 0.00
Sewer & Water Commissioner 4

(6-year short and full term, Nonpartisan)

Dana Kinsey
San Juan 0.00
Fisherman Bay Sewer District San Juan
Sewer Commissioner 3

(6-year short and full term, Nonpartisan)

Donna Hasbrouck
San Juan 0.00

 

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Washington Secreatary of State Kim Wyman visits Friday Harbor today May 5th!

Secretary of State Kim Wyman Biography

Kim Wyman

Kim Wyman is Washington’s 15th Secretary of State, currently serving her first term. Elected in 2012, she is the second female Secretary of State in Washington history and the only woman in statewide executive office.

Prior to being sworn into this office, Kim served as Thurston County Elections Director and was elected County Auditor in 2001, overseeing the county’s elections, licensing, recording and financial services. During her tenure, the Thurston County Auditor’s Office won many awards for significant innovations in county government. Kim has actively participated in multiple state and national work groups and committees, helping make Washington a national leader in elections administration.

As Secretary, Kim heads one of the most diverse offices in state government. Her responsibilities include overseeing elections, corporation and charity filings, the Washington State Library, Washington Talking Book & Braille Library, the State Archives, and a number of special programs including the Combined Fund Drive for charitable giving by public employees, the Address Confidentiality Program to protect victims of domestic violence and stalking, and the Domestic Partnership Registry. Legacy Washington’s oral history program and special exhibits, tell the state’s intriguing stories. Continue reading

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From Our Conservative Neighbor Leg District 42

Dear Friends and Neighbors,

There are less than two weeks of the regular legislative session left. Both the House and Senate have passed operating budget proposals. You can watch my video update by clicking on the photo below – not only does it give you a brief overview of the budgets, but it provides a beautiful look around the Capitol campus and I interview a very special guest.Rep. Van Werven records her video on the Capitol steps

The House Democrats’ budget passed on a 51-47 party-line vote, with all Republicans voting no. It was an easy “no” for me and my colleagues in the Republican caucus. The House majority party wants to spend approximately $39 billion, and include $1.5 billion in new taxes and tax increases over the next two years. For the 2017-19 biennium, the total amount of new and increased taxes would go up $2.4 billion more. They want to increase spending by 15 percent over the last biennium. The hardworking taxpayers of our state are sending an additional $3 billion to Olympia. We can and should balance the budget without raising taxes.

The Democrats’ tax plan includes a 5 percent capital gains tax, and a 20 percent increase of the B&O tax on certain service businesses. To view the full list of businesses that would have to pay the increase in B&O tax click Business Tax List. Continue reading

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