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U.S. Senate


U.S. Senator Patty Murray
Write: 173 Russell Senate Bldg., Wash. D.C. 20510
Tel. (202) 224-2621
or Seattle 206-553-5545
Fax (202) 224-0238
E-mail: senator_murray@murray.senate.gov
Website: http://www.murray.senate.gov


U.S. Senator Maria Cantwell
Write: 717 Hart Senate Office Bldg.,
Wash. D.C. 20510
Tel. (202) 224-3441
or Seattle 206-220-6400
Fax (202) 228-0514
E-mail: maria_cantwell@cantwell.senate.gov
Website: http://www.cantwell.senate.gov

U.S. House of Representatives

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U.S. Representative Derek Kilmer
Write: 1429 Longworth House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515
phone: 202-225-5916
or Tacoma (253) 272-3515
or Port Angeles (360) 797-3623

Bremerton District Office
345 6th Street Suite 500
Bremerton, WA 98337
(360) 373-9725
Email: https://kilmer.house.gov/contact/email-me
Website: http://www.kilmer.house.gov/


Washington State has over 7 million citizens and 4.2 million registered voters.
78.76% of Washington State voters turned out for the General Election of 2016.

Your Washington State Governor

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Governor Jay Inslee
Write to: Office of the Governor
PO Box 40002
Olympia, WA 98504-0002
Email Website
(Supported by 66% of Jefferson County voters in 2016’s election.)

Your State Senator for 24th Legislative District

Senator Kevin Van De Wege
212 John A. Cherberg Building
PO Box 40424
Olympia, WA 98504
(360) 786-7646
E-mail Website
(Supported by 66% of Jefferson County voters in 2016’s election.)

Your State Representatives for 24th Legislative District

Representative Steve Tharinger
Office: 205 Modular Building E
Phone: 360-786-7904
E-mail: steve.tharinger@leg.wa.gov or via this form
Website
(Supported by 69% of Jefferson County voters in 2016’s election.)

Representative Mike Chapman
132B Legislative Building
PO Box 40600
Olympia, WA 98504
Phone: 360-786-7916
E-mail: Mike.Chapman@leg.wa.gov or via this form
Website
(Supported by 70% of Jefferson County voters in 2016’s election.)

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About 32,000 people live in Jefferson County, Washington, and about 24,500 are registered to vote. A little over 86% of Jefferson County’s eligible voters cast their ballot in the 2016 general election.

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Click here for a map of the Commissioner Districts in Jefferson County.

Click here to read the most current Board of Commissioner meeting minutes.

Your County Commissioner for District 1

Kate Dean

E-mail: jeffbocc@co.jefferson.wa.us

 


Your County Commissioner for District 2

David Sullivan

E-mail: jeffbocc@co.jefferson.wa.us

 

 

Your County Commissioner for District 3

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E-mail: jeffbocc@co.jefferson.wa.us

 

 

 

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County Clerk

Ruth Gordon

 

 

spradaCounty Treasurer

Stacie Prada

 

 

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County Assessor

Jeff Chapman

 

 

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County Auditor

Rose Ann Carroll

 

 

dstankoCounty Sheriff

David Stanko

 

 

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Prosecuting Attorney

Michael Haas

 

 

kharperSuperior Court Judge

Keith Harper

Non-Partisan

 

jlandesDistrict Court Judge

Jill Landes

Non-Partisan

UnionWharfFromLandwwwThe Port of Port Townsend includes all of Jefferson County. The three commissioners are listed with their contact info here. The Port’s primary mission is economic development. The port provides several public services, including moorage, piers, boat launches, temporary RV space, shop and other buildings, travel lift and boatyard, and airport facilities.

Vintage postcard courtesy of Barney Burke.

BarneywaterstreetwiresThe P.U.D. operates several water systems and the major electric power utility in the county. The three
Public Utility District Commissioners are elected by district to six-year terms in even-numbered years. They are listed with their contact info here.

Vintage postcard courtesy of Barney Burke.

chpcPort Townsend, the county seat, has over 9,200 residents. The city has a manager-council form of government. Six City Council members, elected at-large, serve four-year terms. The council elects a Mayor and a Deputy Mayor.

The City Council members are listed with their contact info here.