Filing week for local elected officials continues through Friday (May 15), from 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. daily at the Okanogan County Auditor’s Office. Online filing is through 4 p.m. on Friday. Candidates can now pay filing fees online.
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 http://www.votewa.gov and enter your name and birthdate.
Offices up for election in 2020:
|Commissioner District 1||Chris Branch||4-year||$684|
|Commissioner District 2||Andy Hover||4-year||$684|
|Superior Court Judge Pos. 1||Hank Rawson||4-year||$1,909.85|
|Superior Court Judge Pos. 2||Chris Culp||4-year||$1,909.85|
|PUD Commissioner District 1||Scott Verjaska||6-year||$142.17|
|Precinct Committee Officer, all 224 precincts||various||2-year||No fee|