CORRECTION: Shoreline Parks Bond needs 184 valid ballots

Sunday, May 2, 2021

Make sure your ballot was counted
Our previous article about 7 ballots needed to pass the Shoreline Parks Bond was not quite correct.

I was using the 'ballots returned' figure, rather than the 'ballots counted' figure.

So validation is 14,092 valid ballots counted
Ballots counted 13,908 as of Friday April 30, 2021

Therefore an additional 184 good ballots are needed

Ballots returned 14,085
Ballots counted 13,908
On hand, needed to be cured 177

The measure is 184 ballots short of passing. 177 ballots are on hand but have not been counted because of signature issues. If the person who cast the ballot verifies their signature (cures the ballot) it will be counted.

So the bond would need all 177 ballots to be cured, plus an additional 7 good ballots to come in.


If you are one of the 177 here how to "cure" your ballot:

Check here to see if your ballot was counted 

  • If the problem was a Missing Signature - the form is HERE
  • If the problem was a signature that didn't match, the Signature Update form is HERE

Fill out the simple form and fax or email it to the King county elections department.

King County Elections Department  
Fax 206-296-0108 
Phone: 206-296-VOTE (8683)

Do you need help?

If you don't have a fax or have trouble downloading the form and attaching it to an email send an email to the Shoreline Parks for All volunteers and someone will be happy to help you: shorelineparksforall@gmail.com

--Diane Hettrick



1 comments:

Unknown May 2, 2021 at 8:33 PM  

Hi Diane - Folks might like to be reassured that they're not part of the group of ballots that need corrections. Here's where you can check the status of your ballot:

https://info.kingcounty.gov/kcelections/vote/myvoterinfo.aspx

Enter your name, date of birth, and house number, then click "Track my ballot". They'll tell you if the signature comparison process is complete... and if it's not, then you can cure your ballot.

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