Ballots, voters’ pamphlets coming soon

Sunday, July 25, 2010

Voters in Shoreline, Lake Forest Park and the rest of King County will start getting primary-election ballots and voters’ pamphlets in a few days.
The County elections office plans to mail ballots Wednesday, July 28. Printed voters’ pamphlets will be mailed around the same time.

An online version of the voters’ pamphlet is available at the County elections website  or at the secretary of state’s website  under “Primary Voters Guide.”
King County voters can get a personalized online voter pamphlet at the County elections web site under “Your voter guide,” where voters can get information about the candidates and measures, that will be on ballots in their precincts, by completing the name and date-of-birth blanks.
Voters must mail ballots so they are postmarked by Election Day, Tuesday, August 17, or leave them at a 24-hour drop box or, during business hours, at an accessible voting site.

Drop boxes at the County elections office in Tukwila and at the County administration building in downtown Seattle are open for 19 days prior to the election, starting July 29, and close at 8 pm on election night.

The accessible voting center at the elections office is open from 10 am to 5 pm for 20 days before the election, starting July 28, and on Election Day from 7 am to 8 pm.

Accessible voting centers at locations in Bellevue and downtown Seattle are open Monday, August 16, from 10 am to 5 pm, and on Election Day, August 17, from 7 am to 8 pm.


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