Ramsey residents will be heading to the polls Tuesday.
During the Aug. 14 primary election, voters will select two candidates in Ramsey’s at-large, Ward 2 and Ward 4 council race to move on to the Nov. 6 general election.
Incumbent Jeff Wise, 7901 165th Ave. N.W., will be facing four opponents for a chance at a second four-year term for the council’s at-large seat.
His competitors are:
• Rick Chubb, 14331 Armstrong Blvd. N.W.;
• Joe Field, 8021 152nd Lane N.W.;
• John LeTourneau, 14607 Bowers Drive N.W.; and
• Thomas Towberman, 14991 Waco St. N.W.
Ward 2 incumbent Colin McGlone, 15890 St. Andrews Lane N.W., is running against Mark Kuzma, 16120 Royal Road N.W., and Bob Sibilski, 7240 166th Ave. N.W., for second four-year term.
With Ward 4 Councilmember Sarah Strommen running against Mayor Bob Ramsey in the November election, the Ward 4 seat has no incumbent running.
Candidates in the running for the four-year term are:
• Rebecca Brown, 4780 154th Lane N.W.;
• Wayne Buchholz, 14621 Neon St. N.W.;
• Jeremy Chubb, 14787 Xkimo St. N.W.; and
• Chris Riley, 15120 Ute St. N.W.
Click here to see how candidates responded to ABC Newspapers’ questions for an election profile.
Tammy Sakry is at [email protected]