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Slate for Troutdale, Fairview and Wood Village elections set

New challengers have appeared in Fairview -

FILE PHOTO - Councilor Tamie Tlustos-Arnold in 2015.With the deadline for filings come and gone, the slate of city council candidates in Troutdale, Fairview and Wood Village has been finalized. The general election will take place on Tuesday, Nov. 8. City councilors are unpaid, volunteer positions.


Mayor: Without making a formal announcement, sitting Mayor Doug Daoust has signaled he will not seek reelection this year. Councilor Rich Allen and MBank employee Casey Ryan will battle for the seat.

City Council Position 2: Appointed Councilor Corey Brooks has been challenged by Randy Lauer, a longtime public works employee.

Position 4: Councilor Glenn White is seeking reelection for his third term. Contesting is Robert Canfield, a former city councilor.

Position 6: Troutdale’s only three-way race pits sitting Councilor John Wilson against Zach Hudson — chairman of the Troutdale Citizens’ Advisory Committee — and John Sunseri, a semi-retired contractor with experience in finance.


City Council Position 1: Councilor Dan Kreamier will not seek reelection. Catherine Forsythe, a former member of the Arts & Community Events Advisory Committee, is running unopposed.

Position 2: Former Mayor Mike Weatherby, who was appointed the interim Position 2 councilor in August, will formally run for the seat he currently occupies. He faces no challengers.

Position 3: Keith Kudrna, a member of the city’s planning commission will battle retiree Russell Williams for this seat. Councilor Steve Prom will not seek reelection.

Position 4: Renaye Delano, a member of the Arts & Community Events Advisory Committee, will challenge Lisa Barton Mullins, a former councilor.


City Council Position 2: Mayor Patricia Smith will seek reelection in November. She is running unopposed.

Position 3: With no candidates competing, this position will remain uncontested barring a strong write-in campaign. The council will seek to appoint a volunteer for a two-year term starting Jan. 1, when Councilor Scott Harden officially vacates his post.

Position 5: Council President Timothy Clark will run for reelection. He faces no competitors.

Note: A previous version of this story incorrectly referred to Casey Ryan as a director at MBank. In reality, he is the senior vice president of retail and operations administration.