Candidates file for Kent, Auburn congressional, legislative seats

U.S., state representatives

It is a long list of candidates who filed for several legislative and congressional offices up for election this year that impact Kent and/or Auburn voters.

If there are more than two candidates for an office on the Aug. 4 primary ballot, the two with the most votes will move on to the Nov. 4 general election ballot.

Candidates who filed last week during the filing period with King County Elections.

Congressional District 8, U.S. Representative

Keith R. Swank (Prefers Republican Party)

*Kim Schrier (Prefers Democratic Party)

James Mitchell (Prefers Democratic Party)

Jesse Jensen (Prefers Republican Party)

Keith Arnold (Prefers Democratic Party)

Ryan Dean Burkett (States No Party Preference)

Dave Saulibio (Prefers Trump Republican Party)

Corey Bailey (Prefers Independent Party)

Congressional District 9, U.S. Representative

*Adam Smith (Prefers Democratic Party)

Doug Basler (Prefers Republican Party)

Jorge Besada (Prefers Libertarian Party)

Joshua Campbell (Prefers Republican Party)

Legislative District 11, State Senator

*Bob Hasegawa (Prefers Democratic Party)

Legislative District 11, State Representative Pos. 1

David Hackney (Prefers Democratic Party)

*Zack Hudgins (Prefers Democratic Party)

Jay Stark (States No Party Preference)

Legislative District 11, State Representative Pos. 2

*Steve Bergquist (Prefers Democratic Party)

Sean Atchison (Prefers Republican Party)

Legislative District 30, State Representative Pos. 1

Jamila Taylor (Prefers Democratic Party)

Martin A. Moore (Prefers Ind Republican Party)

Cheryl Hurst (Prefers Democratic Party)

Janis Clark (Prefers GOP Party)

Legislative District 30, State Representative Pos. 2

Mark Greene (Prefers GOP Party)

*Jesse Johnson (Prefers Democratic Party)

Jack Walsh (Prefers Republican Party)

Legislative District 31, State Representative Pos. 1

*Drew Stokesbary (Prefers Republican Party)

Katie Young (Prefers Democratic Party)

Zach Stover (States No Party Preference)

Legislative District 31, State Representative Pos. 2

Jerimy Kirschner (Prefers Republican Party)

Eric E. Robertson (Prefers Republican Party)

Thomas R Clark (Prefers Democratic Party)

Legislative District 33, State Representative Pos. 1

*Tina L. Orwall (Prefers Democratic Party)

Legislative District 33, State Representative Pos. 2

Marliza Melzer (Prefers Libertarian Party)

*Mia Su-Ling Gregerson (Prefers Democratic Party)

Legislative District 47, State Representative Pos. 1

*Debra Entenman (Prefers Democratic Party)

Kyle Lyebyedyev (Prefers Republican Party)

Legislative District 47, State Representative Pos. 2

*Pat Sullivan (Prefers Democratic Party)

Peter Thompson Jr. (Prefers Republican Party)

Joseph Cimaomo, Jr. (Prefers Republican Party)

Ted Cooke (Prefers Republican Party)

*Incumbent


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