42 have filed for office so far, according to county Auditor's Office

lpemberton@theolympian.comMay 13, 2014 

Thurston County Courthouse Building One.

LISA PEMBERTON — Staff writer

Forty-two people had filed for 28 offices by close of business day on Tuesday, according to the Thurston County Auditor’s Office.

Candidates who filed late Monday and on Tuesday include:

3rd Congressional District, U.S. Representative: Michael Delavar, Washougal, prefers Republican Party. Already filed: Bob Dingethal, Vancouver, prefers Democratic Party; and Jaime Herrera Beutler, Ridgefield, prefers Republican Party.

10th Congressional District, U.S. Representative: Sam Wright, Olympia, prefers the Human Rights Party. Already filed: Joyce McDonald, Puyallup, prefers Republican Party; and Denny Heck, Olympia, prefers Democratic Party.

2nd Legislative District, State Representative Pos. 2: J.T. Wilcox, McKenna, prefers Republican Party.

22nd Legislative District, State Representative Pos. 1: Chris Reykdal, Tumwater, prefers Democratic Party. Already filed: Steve Owens, Olympia, prefers Republican Party.

35th Legislative District, State Representative Pos. 1: Josiah Rowell, Union, prefers Republican Party. Already filed: Kathy Haigh, Shelton, prefers Democratic Party; and Dan Griffey, Allyn, prefers Republican Party.

35th Legislative District, State Representative, Pos. 2: Tammey Newton, Allyn, prefers Democratic Party. Already filed: Drew C. MacEwen, Union, prefers Republican Party.

35th Legislative District, State Senator: Tim Sheldon, Hoodsport, prefers Democratic Party. Already filed: Irene Bowling, Belfair, prefers Democratic Party; and Travis Couture, Belfair, prefers Republican Party.

Thurston Public Utility District Commissioner, District No. 3 nonpartisan: Jesse Conwell, Olympia and Douglas Swift, Olympia. Already filed: Chris Stearns, Olympia.

Read Brad Shannon's blog post on how some of the races are shaping up.  

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