On-line voting continues through Mar 15 for King Conservation District election

Friday, March 4, 2011

One of the nation's first internet-based elections in the U.S.--the King Conservation District (King CD) election for a board of supervisor position--continues through March 15 and provides a combination of proven security with the convenience of voting from home, business or other computer locations.

Candidates for position #2 include 
  • Douglas "Bruce" Elliott, Kent; 
  • Teri Herrera, Redmond; 
  • Eric K. Nelson, Duvall; 
  • Preston Prudente of Sammamish.

The milestone election's secure, two-step voting process includes confirmation of voter eligibility followed by voting. The 30-day voting period began February 15 and ends at 9 pm on March 15. The district will also provide a one-day, "in-person" voting option at its Renton office on March 15 between 9 am to 9 pm. The King CD is located at 1107 SW Grady Way, Suite 130.

The district, which encompasses most of King County, delivers natural resources information and technical and funding assistance for stewardship efforts by landowners within its boundaries. It is one of 46 conservation districts in Washington State.

For more information on the election and voting procedures, visit the website.


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