Candidates file for November 2019 election

Locals will vote on a variety of local and county positions.

Mercer Island residents will vote on a variety of local and county positions in the upcoming general election, including most City Council positions.

The following candidates have filed to run in November as of May 17.

City of Mercer Island, Council Position 1 (Currently held by Dave Wisenteiner)

Daniel Thompson

Dave Rosenbaum

Jenni Mechem

City of Mercer Island, Council Position 3

Wendy Weiker (incumbent)

Jon Hanlon

City of Mercer Island, Council Position 4

Lisa A. Anderl (incumbent)

David Brondstetter

Patrick Allcorn

City of Mercer Island, Council Position 5 (Currently held by Bruce Bassett)

Craig W. Reynolds

Heather Jordan Cartwright

City of Mercer Island, Council Position 7

Debbie Bertlin (incumbent)

Robin C. Russell

Jake Jacobson

Mercer Island School District 400, Director Position 1

Dave D’Souza (incumbent)

Mercer Island School District 400, Director Position 3 (Currently held by Tracy Drinkwater)

Maggie Tai Tucker

Mercer Island School District 400, Director Position 5 (Currently held by Ralph Jorgenson)

Linhui Hao

Bin Lang

Tam Dinh

John Rivera-Dirks

Public Hospital District 2, Commissioner District 2

Rebecca Hirt (incumbent)

Public Hospital District 2, Commissioner Position 5

David Edwards

King County Water District 1, Commissioner Position 1

Bob Trimble (incumbent)

King County Water District 1, Commissioner Position 2

Richard W. Sternberg (incumbent)

Superior Court, Judge Position 2

David A. Steiner (incumbent)

Superior Court, Judge Position 5

Maureen McKee (incumbent)

Superior Court, Judge Position 6

Melinda J. Young (incumbent)

Superior Court, Judge Position 16

Averil Rothrock (incumbent)

Superior Court, Judge Position 17

Josephine Wiggs-Martin (incumbent)

Superior Court, Judge Position 31

Marshall Ferguson (incumbent)

Superior Court, Judge Position 35

Mafé Rajul (incumbent)

Superior Court, Judge Position 36

Annette M. Messitt (incumbent)

Superior Court, Judge Position 37

Michael Ryan (incumbent)

Superior Court, Judge Position 49

Aimee Sutton (incumbent)

Superior Court, Judge Position 50

Ketu Shah (incumbent)

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