Also interesting is that the Port Commission has been for years the easy target for looking for corruption. Yet for the past few, things have honestly gotten quieter. So while the humor factor is definitely reduced, it is in danger of slipping into the type of quiet competency that the PNW likes.
Anyway, the candidates are (pick two - well, pick one but the top two go on to the General Election):
First up is Stephanie Bowman, of whom we said nice things about when she was running for State Legislature, and has been temping in the job for a while. She is also the one who alludes (blink and you'll miss it) in her write-up to not wanting to export fossil fuels through the ports, which is a reference to the proposed coal trains coming into downtown Seattle. Michael Wolf is packing a lot of endorsements, and his main thrust is tourism coming in through the airport. Andrew Pilloud is a software engineer, and of the three touches on the idea that we may have too much security, to the point where we are terrorizing ourselves (which you must admit, is a time-saver, as opposed to waiting around to be terrorized). I like the cut of Andrew's jib, but I am afraid he will be the one to