2021 Candidate Endorsements

Congratulations to our Endorsed Candidates

Congratulations to the following candidates for their endorsement by the Skagit County Democrats.

The Skagit County Democrats membership has endorsed the following candidates running for office or a board position this year:


Ryan Walters

Position Sought:  Mayor, City of Anacortes
Committee to Elect Ryan Walters
Email | Website
(360) 610-7770
1803 10th Street, Anacortes WA 98221 

Amanda Hubik

Position sought:  Anacortes City Council, Position 4 (At-Large)
Friends of Amanda Hubik
Email | Website
PO Box 3014, Anacortes WA 98221

Sara Holahan

Position Sought: Anacortes City Council, At-Large Pos. 5
Citizens for Sara
Email | Website
PO Box 1702 Anacortes, WA 98221 


Tonya Bieche

Position Sought:  Burlington-Edison School District 100, Director District 2

Mount Vernon

Iris Carias

Position Sought:  Mount Vernon City Council, Ward 1, Position 2
Email | Website

Juan Morales

Position Sought: Mount Vernon City Council, Ward 1, Pos. 1
PO BOX 2261, Mount Vernon, WA 98273

Richard Brocksmith

Position Sought:  Mount Vernon City Council, At-Large Position
People for Richard Brocksmith
Email | Website
PO Box 372 Mount Vernon WA 98273

Melissa Beaton

Position Sought:  Mount Vernon City Council, Ward 3, Position 2
Re-Elect Melissa Beaton to Mount Vernon City Council

Chris Sadler

Position Sought: Mount Vernon City Council, Ward 3, Position 2
Christopher Sadler for Mount Vernon City Council
Email | Website
(360) 540-9902

Stefanie LeJeunesse

Position sought: Skagit Public Hospital District Commissioner Pos. 6
Vote Stefanie: Stefanie LeJeunesse for Skagit Public Hospital District Commissioner
Email | Website


David Baer

Position Sought:  Sedro Woolley City Council, At-Large Position
(360) 320-6838

Joseph Burns

Position Sought: Sedro Woolley City Council, Ward 6
Friends to Elect Joe Burns
Email | Website
(360) 474-7223

Enrique Lopez Cisneros

Position Sought:  Sedro Woolley School District 101, Director Dist.1

A big shout out to all the candidates who have stepped up to run this year.  Running for office is hard work and costly.  They need our help with getting out the word, phone-banking, door belling, and raising money.  Let’s all do our part by giving them our full support.

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