Serving Franklin County, WA

Schoesler, Dye lead 9th Legislative District races

Rep. Schmick runs unopposed

COLFAX — Incumbents Sen. Mark G. Schoesler and Rep. Mary Dye are leading the races for 9th Legislative District positions.

Schoesler, R-Ritzville, is running unopposed after Democratic candidate Jenn Goulet dropped out of the race. Scheosler received 7,805 votes in the first count, and Goulet 6,077 votes.

Dye of Pomeroy, the Position No. 1 lawmaker, is running against Libertarian Brett Borden.

Dye leads with 8,824 votes; Borden trails with 4,071 votes after the first count.

Meanwhile in the Position No. 2 race in the same district, Rep. Joe Schmick ran unopposed as a Republican candidate. He gathered 10,370 votes in the first count, according to the Whitman County Elections Office.

Author Bio

Bill Stevenson, Editor

Author photo

He has served as a TV news director, managing editor for a daily newspaper and national magazines for motorcycles and ATVs. He built an online news service in Grant County and has more than 20 years of journalism experience in central Washington, from Oroville to Tri-Cities.

 

Reader Comments(0)

 
 
Rendered 04/06/2024 21:24