King County Council to fill vacant 48th District Senate seat Thursday

  • Thursday, January 5, 2017 11:29am
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The King County Council will interview and appoint a new senator to fill the vacancy created in the 48th District of the Washington state Senate with the election of Cyrus Habib as lieutenant governor.

The council will choose from a slate of three candidates put forward by the Washington State Democratic Central Committee, including state Rep. Patty Kuderer; Becky Lewis, a member of the FUSE Board of Directors; and activist Sarah Chandler.

The council will appoint one of the three finalists at 1:30 p.m. Thursday at the King County Courthouse, 10th floor, 516 Third Ave., Seattle.

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