It's election season in King County!

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Your Update on What's Happening at the King County Council  

Dear Friends and Neighbors,

It’s election season here in King County! In the next couple days, you can expect to receive your ballot in the mail if you haven’t yet. I encourage you to take some time before Election Day on November 8th—the sooner, the better—to find out what’s on your ballot, review your voters’ pamphlet, and exercise your right to vote!

  • What’s on the ballot: There will be a total of 90 offices and 140 candidates up for election, including Washington’s Senator, Members of Congress, State Legislators, and Secretary of State. There are also 13 measures on the ballot for voters to weigh-in on, including two countywide measures.
  • Find a drop box: Visit a drop box near you to return your ballot any time before 8 PM on Election Day.
  • Find a vote center: Visit a vote center to register to vote, update your voter records, obtain a voter registration card, and get help completing your ballot. Trained staff are also available to help voters with disabilities cast a private, independent ballot.
  • Sign-up for ballot notifications: King County Elections now offers a notification program to help you track your ballot! To receive text messages and/or emails about when your ballot is mailed, received, and verified, sign up at the King County Elections website.

Remember—voting is essential to any well-functioning democracy, so make sure your voice is heard! If you do not receive your ballot by this Monday, or if you have any other questions or concerns, you can reach out to King County Elections for assistance at 206-296-8683.

All my best,

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Reagan Dunn
King County Councilmember
District 9

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