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Mayor, council and school board positions and more are up for election this year

There is no shortage of ways to get involved in making an impact in your community this year as there are 20 local positions up for reelection including the position of mayor of Ferndale and 5 of the 7 seats on the Ferndale City Council.

Office/TermIncumbentFiling fee
Whatcom County
Executive
4-year
Jack Louws$1,724.02
Assessor
4-year
Keith Willnauer$1,085.19
Auditor
4-year
Debbie Adelstein$1,085.19
Sheriff
4-year
Bill Elfo$1,420.00
Treasurer
4-year
Steven Oliver$1,085.19
Council – District 4
4-year
open$318.67
Council – District 5
4-year
open$318.67
Council – At-large B
4-year
Carol Frazey$318.67
Port of Bellingham
Commissioner – District 3
4-year
Robert (Bobby) Briscoe$84.00
City of Ferndale
Council – Pos. 1
4-years
Rebecca Xczar$72.00
Council – Pos. 2
4-years
Greg Hansen$72.00
Council – Pos. 3
4-years
Keith Olson$72.00
Council – Pos. 4
4-years
Teresa Taylor$72.00
Council – Pos. 7
2-years
Fred Kennedy$72.00
Mayor
4-years
Jon Mutchler$213.72
Ferndale School District
Director – District 1
4-years
Kevin Erickson$0.00
Director – District 2
4-years
Candice Wilson$0.00
Director – District 3
4-years
Hugh Foulke$0.00
Fire Protection District 7
Commissioner – Pos. 1
2-year
Kendra Cristelli$0.00
Commissioner – Pos. 3
6-year
Mike Murphy$0.00

Persons interested in running for any of these offices should visit the Whatcom County auditor’s website for additional information.

Editor’s note – while some people have made announcements expressing their intentions to run or not to run for some of the above positions, MFN does not typically report on such announcements until they are confirmed by an accepted declaration of candidacy as reported by the Whatcom County Auditor’s Office by May 17th.

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2 COMMENTS

  1. For anybody who believes that Ferndale tax and ratepayers are being not only underrepresented by our elected and appointed officials, but also exploited and manipulated by them, this is the opportunity to campaign for and vote for change. Our City is being driven down a dangerous path that prioritizes pet projects and special interests over ordinary, everyday people who work for a living, raise families and struggle to pay their bills. Let’s remind City Hall who’s City this actually is…

    • I agree, maybe not on politics we will see, but totally done and I’ve said before I’m going to advocating to get the Mayor and everyone who supports him out of office.

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