Candidates

Thor Amundson

Preferred Party: Independent
Residence: Olympia
Candidate information last updated June 7, 2022

Maria Cantwell (incumbent)

Maria Cantwell photo
Preferred Party: Democrat
Age: 65
Residence: Seattle
Education: Bachelor of Arts in public administration from Miami University
Occupation: U.S. Senator
Online: cantwell.com
Candidate information last updated May 28, 2024

Henry Clay Dennison

Preferred Party: Socialist Workers
Residence: Seattle
Candidate information last updated May 21, 2024

Dr. Raul Garcia

Preferred Party: GOP
Residence: Snohomish
Candidate information last updated May 21, 2024

Paul Lawrence Giesick

Preferred Party: Democrat
Residence: Arlington
Candidate information last updated May 21, 2024

Goodspace guy

Residence: Seattle
Online: colonizespace.blogspot.com
Candidate information last updated May 28, 2024

Isaac A. Holyk

Preferred Party: Republican
Residence: Battle Ground
Candidate information last updated May 21, 2024

Chuck Jackson

Preferred Party: Independent
Residence: Anacortes
Candidate information last updated May 21, 2024

Scott Nazarino

Preferred Party: Republican
Residence: Seattle
Candidate information last updated May 21, 2024

Mel Ram

Preferred Party: Republican
Residence: University Place
Candidate information last updated May 21, 2024

David Tilton

Preferred Party: Nonpartisan
Residence: Lake Stevens
Candidate information last updated May 21, 2024

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