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MONTHLY MEETINGS/EVENTS LIST

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See our calendar for details. NOVEMBER 2018 Nov. 13 JCD Executive Board Meeting Nov. 14 FYI: Open Meeting on Aerial Spraying Nov. 15 JCD Tech Committee Nov. 18 Membership Committee Meeting Nov. 27 Election Certification

* No General Membership Meeting in November. DECEMBER 2018 Dec. 2 Potluck and then Reorganization Meeting Dec. 11 Executive Board Meeting Dec. 16 Membership Committee Meeting

Kitsap Sun: About Maria Cantwell’s Election!

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SPOKANE (AP) — Democratic U.S. Sen. Maria Cantwell on Tuesday easily won re-election to a fourth term from Washington state, beating Republican Susan Hutchison...

Cantwell told cheering supporters in the Seattle area that she was honored to continue to represent the residents of the state despite a divisive political environment.

"This is one of the most amazing elections," Cantwell said Tuesday evening, calling it a "mid-course correction."

"I'm going to redouble my efforts to work across the aisle, to get things done for our country," Cantwell said. Read more.

Peninsula Daily News: About Greg Brotherton’s Election!

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[caption id="attachment_7478" align="alignright" width="453"] Greg Brotherton reacts to the announcement of his win for the Jefferson County commissioner District 3 seat over challenger Jon Cooke. The announcement was made by Auditor Rose Ann Carroll at the Jefferson County Courthouse on Tuesday night. (Jeannie McMacken/Peninsula Daily News)[/caption] by Peninsula Daily News Wednesday, November 7, 2018 2:15pm PORT TOWNSEND — Greg Brotherton won a seat on the Jefferson County board of commissioners, while incumbents for prosecuting attorney and sheriff were losing in the initial count of ballots tonight... Greg Brotherton, 46, a Quilcene Democrat, was leading in Tuesday’s initial count against Jon Cooke, 60, a Quilcene Republican and chair of the county Republican Party, in the race for the District 3 seat vacated by Kathleen Kler after she served one term. Read more.

Peninsula Daily News: About Mindy Walker’s Election!

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[caption id="attachment_7475" align="alignleft" width="457"] Mindy Walker reacts with her son to her leading Tuesday night over challenger Noah Harrison in the Jefferson County District Court judge race. (Jeannie McMacken/Peninsula Daily News)[/caption] by Peninsula Daily News Wednesday, November 7, 2018 2:15pm PORT TOWNSEND — Greg Brotherton won a seat on the Jefferson County board of commissioners, while incumbents for prosecuting attorney and sheriff were losing in the initial count of ballots tonight. Mindy Walker was leading for District Court judge against Noah Harrison, 44, of Port Townsend for the District Court judgeship vacated by longtime judge Jill Landis and Daniel Toepper was narrowly ahead in the race for a Public Utility District seat against Tom Brotherton. Read more.

Peninsula Daily News: About Joe Nole’s Election!

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[caption id="attachment_7469" align="alignleft" width="443"] Jefferson County Sheriff-elect Joe Nole and his daughter learn of his election over incumbent Sheriff David Stanko on Tuesday night at the Jefferson County Courthouse. (Jeannie McMacken/Peninsula Daily News)[/caption] by Paul Gottlieb Thursday, November 8, 2018 2:18pm PORT TOWNSEND — Joe Nole, who is now a detective in the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office, looks forward to addressing the issues for which he criticized his boss, Sheriff Dave Stanko, during a campaign that led to Stanko’s resounding defeat election night. Nole, 62, of Chimacum, had 11,762 votes, or 61.95 percent, to Stanko’s 7,225 votes, or 38.05 percent after the second count of ballots on Wednesday and the initial count Tuesday night... He will no longer accept funding from Operation Stonegarden, a federal Department of Homeland Security program that pays for patrols that assist Border Patrol operations....Read more