Looks for General Election ballots in mail soon

  • Wednesday, October 18, 2017 2:39pm
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Ballots for the Nov. 7 general election were mailed on Oct. 18, according to King County Elections. If you are registered to vote, you will receive a ballot in the mail.

The ballot for Mercer Island residents features races for three City Council seats and two School Board seats. There are also contested races for King County Executive and King County Sheriff.

King County Proposition No. 1, a levy lid lift for veterans, seniors and vulnerable populations, is on the ballot. There are also three state advisory votes, two races for court of appeals judges and three port commissioner races.

If voting by mail, your ballot must be postmarked by election day, with a first-class stamp. If voting by drop box, your ballot must be returned by 8 p.m. election day. No stamp is required. Ballot drop boxes open on Oct. 19.

See www.kingcounty.gov/depts/elections.aspx for more.

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