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Bauman was selected after the school board publicly interviewed her and Rod Fazzari for the position. She fills the seat left vacant by Melito Ramirez.
Now a retired farmer and a great-grandfather, Jack Miller is running for the Port of Columbia’s District 3 commissioner seat.
A founding member of Columbia County Conservatives, Johnny Watts, 48, is running for the Port of Columbia’s District 3 commissioner seat.
Brian Casey has farmed throughout the Walla Walla Valley. Farmers, Casey emphasized, are the lifeblood of Eastern Washington, supplying locally grown food and bringing new business.
Tim Seymour and Natalie Lambert will take over for Preston Winn and Tom Munck when the current term expires on June 30. Neither Winn nor Munck ran for reelection.
Walla Walla City Council member Yazmin Bahena decided not to run for a second term and instead eyes a new leadership role, school administrator.
Walla Walla City Council Position 2 and 3 will land on the primary ballot along with Walla Walla School Board Position 2, according to Elections Supervisor Dave Valiant.
A few contested races are emerging as filing week continues. Some city council and mayoral races have challengers. Prospective candidates have until Friday at 4 p.m. to file.