Salomon’s replacement would need to file in May to run for full term on Shoreline council

Sunday, January 6, 2019

Jesse Salomon has resigned from the
Shoreline City Council to serve in
the state senate
By Evan Smith

The person selected to replace Jesse Salomon on the Shoreline City Council will have little time to decide whether to seek a full four-year term.

That’s because the filing period is May 13-17 for any position on the November 5 general-election ballot.

The Salomon position will be on the November ballot as will those held by Doris McConnell and Keith Scully.

Any position with three or more candidates will also appear on the August 6 primary-election ballot.

Salomon’s position is vacant because Salomon resigned after being elected to the state senate in November.

The six current members of the council will select the replacement from a field of 49 applicants. After executive session on Monday, January 7, the council is expected to name the applicants selected for interviews.


Evan Smith can be reached at schsmith@frontier.com



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