August 11, 2015
NEW — 6 p.m. Aug. 11, 2015
Incumbent City Council President Paul Winterstein has the largest number of votes of any candidate in the Aug. 4 council primary.
Hoping to earn a second term on the council, Winterstein will face challenger Christopher Reh for council Position 6.
For council Position 4, Bill Ramos came out on top of a crowded field of four candidates. Read more
July 23, 2015
Local voters already should have received mail-in ballots for the upcoming primary election for the Issaquah City Council. Voters have two primary races to decide, with the top two vote getters in each race continuing to the general election in November.
July 16, 2015
For whatever reason, the Issaquah City Council Position 4 seat to be vacated at year’s end by Joshua Schaer has attracted its fair share of attention.
In the Aug. 4 primary, voters will choose from among four candidates hoping to replace Schaer. Ballots for the primary were mailed July 15.
June 10, 2015
Tim Flood for City Council
I’ve had the opportunity over the last few weeks to talk to Tim Flood about issues in the city and his candidacy for Issaquah City Council. I am interested in the way Tim desires to represent the citizens of Issaquah. He wants to bring balance to development and transportation improvements to protect citizens from further traffic congestion.
May 20, 2015
Tim Flood has announced in a news release that he will run for the Issaquah City Council.
Flood has filed a declaration with the Washington Public Disclosure Commission and King County Elections for Position 4.
May 20, 2015
NEW – 6 a.m. May 20, 2015
Local voters will help whittle down two crowded Issaquah City Council races in an August primary.
King County candidate filing week came to a close May 15 with a total of seven candidates vying for two spots on the Issaquah City Council.
Current Council President Paul Winterstein did file to retain his Position No. 6 spot, drawing three challengers along the way.
January 22, 2014
NEW — 1:19 p.m. Jan. 22, 2014
Fred Butler’s move to mayor left a vacancy on the Issaquah City Council and seven people want the job.
The candidates introduced themselves during 10-minute presentations at the Jan. 21 council meeting. The varied field offered far-ranging experience from the worlds of engineering, real estate, software development and communications.