Filing week for local elected officials begins Monday (May 11) and continues through Friday (May 15), from 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. daily at the Okanogan County Auditor’s Office.
Online filing is from 9 a.m. on Monday through 4 p.m. on Friday. Candidates can now pay filing fees online.
Offices up for election in 2020 are listed below.
All declaration of candidacy forms must be in the auditor’s office by 4:30 p.m. Friday. Candidates this year can complete the Declaration of Candidacy form in a number of different ways:
• Complete the paper form and pay the filing fee in the auditor’s office.
• Come into the auditor’s office and complete the form at a kiosk and pay the filing fee.
• Complete the form online and pay the filing fee online or in person at the auditor’s office. Candidates wishing to complete their declaration of candidacy from home can visit http://www.votewa.gov and follow the directions.
Candidates, except precinct committee officers, will also be given the opportunity to submit a statement and picture to appear in the online voter guide. To see the guide and other information about elected officials who represent you, go to votewa.gov and enter your name and birthdate.
|Commissioner District 1||Chris Branch||4-year term||$684|
|Commissioner District 2||Andy Hover||4-year term||$684|
|Superior Court Judge Pos. 1||Hank Rawson||4-year term||$1,909.85|
|Superior Court Judge Pos. 2||Chris Culp||4-year term||$1,909.85|
|PUD Commissioner District 1||Scott Verjaska||6-year term||$142.17|
|Precinct Committee Officer, all 224 precincts||various||2-year term||No fee|