Posts Tagged ‘Elections’

Goehner Running For State Rep. Seat, County Monitoring Eightmile Dam

Chelan County Commissioner Keith Goehner joins Dan Langager on the KOHO Morning Show to talk about his candidacy for the 12th District’s State Representative seat, being vacated by Cary Condotta. Goehner talks about issues with Eightmile Lake Dam and the role of the county’s Emergency Management division, county code on zoning of cryptocurrency miners and…

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Candidate Filing Week Is Here – Offices Open Across Chelan, Douglas Counties

It’s candidate Filing Week here in Washington state, with hundreds of offices from city council to U.S. Senator on the ballot this fall. According to the Secretary of State’s Office, in this year’s election cycle, 596 offices are up for election. These include U.S. Senator, all 10 of Washington’s Congressional representatives, more than 120 seats…

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12th Dist. State Rep. Cary Condotta To Leave House At End Of Year

With filing week this month and primary election in August, local candidates are throwing their hats in the ring for elected offices. Others are making rather the opposite announcement, including 12th District State Representative Cary Condotta. Condotta says he will not seek re-election this November, though he does plan to finish his term through the…

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City of Wenatchee Update – Councilwoman Ruth Esparza

Wenatchee City Councilwoman and Mayor Pro Tem Ruth Esparza swings by the KOHO studio to talk about the city’s delegation to Washington D.C. asking lawmakers to approve a $150 million grant to fund major transportation projects across Wenatchee and East Wenatchee, as well as the issue of voting districts for local elections and the proposed…

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City of Wenatchee Update – Mayor Frank Kuntz

Wenatchee Mayor Frank Kuntz joins Dan Langager in the KOHO studios to talk about this week’s General Election and the three incumbents re-elected to the city council, an old mural getting new life and a study into housing for the homeless in the city.

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City of Wenatchee Update – Councilman Jim Bailey

Wenatchee City Councilman Jim Bailey joins Dan Langager on the KOHO Morning Show to talk about this fall’s general election, what that means for the make-up of the city council and why he thinks teaching civics in high school is essential for the functioning of government and elections at the local, state and national level. Bailey also…

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Some Chelan County Elected Offices ‘Lapse’ Due to Lack of Candidates

Although elections might be far from most people’s minds this time of year, for a select few campaigning is getting underway. Primary election is Tuesday August 1 and general election November 7. Those throwing their hats in the ring for local offices did so in late May during the regular filing period, but a few…

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2017 Elections Special Filing Period Starts Tomorrow

Although elections might be far from most people’s minds this time of year, for a select few campaigning is getting underway. Primary election is Tuesday August 1 and general election November 7. Those throwing their hats in the ring for local offices did so in late May during the regular filing period, but a few…

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Special Election Ballots Arriving in Certain NCW Mailboxes

Many voters are still recovering from the last fall’s election, but now, it’s time for another. 34 of Washington’s 39 counties have at least one district with a measure appearing on the February 14 Special Election ballot. Of the 103 ballot measures throughout the state, 79 are for school levies, including for the Cascade School District.…

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Outgoing Commissioner Walter Reflects on 16 Years in Office

Retiring Chelan County Commissioner Ron Walter joins Chris to talk about his time as commissioner, politics, accomplishments he’s proud of and how he feels confident about the future of Chelan County as he leaves office. Earlier this week we talked with his successor Kevin Overbay.

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