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Candidates declare for 2022 ballots

Seats in Congress, county offices up for election

The front entrance of Whatcom County District Court as a person opens the glass door to walk in.
The Whatcom County Prosecuting Attorney's Office initially filed 50 affidavits of prejudice against newly elected District Court Judge Jonathan Rands because of his history with a specific kind of motion in his capacity as a defense attorney, as well as comments he made early into his tenure, according to court documents. (Kyle Tubbs/Cascadia Daily News)
The ballots are set for the 2022 election season, when voters in Whatcom and Skagit counties will fi

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