2019 Kalama CANDIDATES and ELECTIONS

NoMethanol360 is excited to have two longtime opponents of the proposed methanol refinery in Kalama running for local positions this election season. Each opposes the world's largest fracked-gas to methanol refinery and supports 100% clean energy projects so as to protect our rivers, air, water, environment, and health, thereby promoting our quality of life in Kalama WA.

John Flynn
City Council, Position 4

Win with Flynn!
Vote for John in the Primary Election Tues. August 6th

Gary Wallace
Port of Kalama, District 2

Ride the Wave for Change!
Vote for Gary in the General Election Tues. November 5th


Important Dates

Ballots mailed out: July 19

Deadline to register online to vote in primary: July 29

Deadline to register to vote or update your reg. (in-person only): August 6

Primary Election: August 6

Primary results certified by county canvassing board: August 20

General Election: November 5

VERIFY YOUR VOTER REGISTRATION HERE


Candidate Lists

All 10 Candidates Running for Kalama City Council
Note: Only those living in the city limits can vote for council.

The 2 Candidates Running for Kalama Port Commissioner
Note: All Kalama residents and some outlying precincts can vote for port.

Full List of Candidates who Filed in Cowlitz County


Precinct Maps

Full 2019 Precinct Maps for Cowlitz County

Abridged Version of 2019 Precinct Maps for Cowlitz County
Version I made with just those pages involving Kalama. Find the map showing the address at which you are registered to vote. That identifies your precinct. If you know your precinct already you may prefer to use the Cowlitz County Levy Codes List 2019.

How to read the codes in the precinct map/list: As an example, in my abridged version of the maps, page 5 is precinct Kalama South. Let's say you live on Birch St. in Kalama South 1. The listing for Kalama South 14.01 states:

Congressional 3 -- WA03 currently held by Jaime Herrera-Beutler (R), our House Rep in DC.
Legislative 20 - LD20, our legislative representatives in Olympia: John Braun (R), Ed Orcutt (R), and Richard DeBoldt (R) (who also collects 6-figure salary from NWIW).
County Commissioner 1 - see below (*)
Fire, Cemetery, School, and PUD are all obvious
City Kalama - Means you live in the city limits and can vote for City Council; if not you can't.
Port KM1 - Means you live in Kalama Port district 1 so if you were to run for Port Commissioner you could only run for district 1 position, but you can still vote for any of the three Port Commissioner candidates as they come up. (Note: Port Commissioner terms of office)

* Note on Cowlitz County Commissioners: From the BOCC website, "The three County Commissioners are elected to four-year terms. The county is divided into three districts on the basis of population (Cowlitz Commissioner Districts Map). At the time of election, each commissioner must live in and represent his/her district. The commissioners are partisan and are nominated in a primary election encompassing only their district. In the general election, all county voters are given an opportunity to select the commissioners who ultimately serve." 


Election Related Websites

Cowlitz County Elections
Official page from the WA Secretary of State specifically for Cowlitz County

WA Sec. of State - Elections
Official page of the WA Secretary of State

Campaign Explorer
Official PDC campaign financial reports filed with WA Secretary of State

OpenSecrets.org | WA03
Financing info on candidates running for major offices

VoteSmart.org | WA
Statistics on current state legislators

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