Stevens County Republicans
The Stevens County Republican Central Committee (SCRCC) announces that at its regularly scheduled meeting on June 9th, 2018, the following candidates were endorsed in the current Pre-Primary period for the 2018 Election Season. The Primary Election period begins with the mailing of ballots on July 20th and closes on August 7, 2018.
In the race for County Commissioner: Don Dashiell (District 2)
In the race for Stevens County Treasurer: Leslie Valz
In the race for Stevens County Coroner: Lorrie Sampson
In the race for Stevens County Assessor: John Olson and Rick Johnson
In the race for Stevens County Sheriff: Mike Berry and Brad Manke
In the race for Auditor: Lori Larsen
In the race for Clerk: Julie James
In the race for Prosecutor: Tim Rasmussen
In their respective races for 7th Legislative District Representative (Positions 1 and 2): Jacquelin Maycumber and Joel Kretz
In the race for 7th Legislative District Senator: Shelly Short
In the race for 5th Congressional District: Cathy McMorris Rodgers
In the race for United States Senate: Susan Hutchison
According to the SCRCC bylaws and approved candidate vetting procedures, all “Republican candidates running for partisan Stevens County elected offices” were invited to respond to a two-part questionnaire and vetting interview. The first part of the questionnaire, which each candidate completed in a short-answer format, addressed qualifications for office, experience, reputation and integrity, as well as past participation in political efforts, including Republican and non-Republican efforts. The second part of the questionnaire asked each candidate to indicate support or nonsupport for each plank on the Stevens County Republican Platform, found on our website.
A six-member vetting committee appointed by the SCRCC reviewed all vetting questionnaires and conducted interviews with 14 candidates from on May 29 and 30, 2018 and reported averaged scores for each candidate at the June 9th SCRCC meeting, during which the above endorsement decisions were made by the voting members of the SCRCC present.
Only partisan candidates who have been endorsed may receive support from the SCRCC, and the public is hereby notified that only those candidates listed here have been authorized to claim “endorsement” by the Stevens County Republican Central Committee (SCRCC).
The Stevens County Republican Central Committee (SCRCC) is made up of the elected and appointed Republican Precinct Committee Officers (PCOs), officers and members. To learn more about how the SCRCC is working to support Republican values and the citizens of Stevens County, visit www.stevenscountyrepublicans.org .
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