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25 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Skip The 2019 Elections

Many people are looking straight past the 2019 election to 2020.  Don’t do that.  Here are 25 reasons why you shouldn’t skip the 2019 elections:

  1. City of Auburn City Council Position No. 1 (Current Largo Wales)
  2. City of Auburn City Council Position No. 3 (Current Bill Peloza, Deputy Mayor)
  3. City of Auburn City Council Position No. 5 (Current John Holman)
  4. City of Auburn City Council Position No. 7 (Current Bob Baggett)
  5. Auburn School District No. 408 Director District No. 1 (Current Ray Vefik)
  6. Auburn School District No. 408 Director District No. 2 (Current Robyn Mulenga)
  7. Auburn School District No. 408 Director District No. 4 (Current Laura Theimer)
  8. Dieringer School District No. 343 Director District No. 2 (Current Greg Johnson)
  9. King County Assessor
  10. King County Director of Elections
  11. Court of Appeals, Division No. 1, District No. 1 Judge Position No. 1
  12. Court of Appeals, Division No. 1, District No. 1 Judge Position No. 2
  13. King County Superior Court Judge Position No. 5
  14. King County Superior Court Judge Position No. 6
  15. King County Superior Court Judge Position No. 16
  16. King County Superior Court Judge Position No. 31
  17. King County Superior Court Judge Position No. 35
  18. King County Superior Court Judge Position No. 36
  19. King County Superior Court Judge Position No. 37
  20. King County Superior Court Judge Position No. 49
  21. Port of Seattle Commissioner Position No. 2 (King)
  22. Port of Seattle Commissioner Position No. 5 (King)
  23. Port of Tacoma Commissioner Position No. 3 (Pierce)
  24. Port of Tacoma Commissioner Position No. 3 (Pierce)
  25. Because You Can.

Thinking About Running For Office?

King County Elections is hosting a series of candidate workshops in March and April. Learn about:

• Offices up for election
• How to become a candidate
• Filing fees
• Campaign signs
• Basic campaign finance info
•Candidate statements for the voter’s pamphlet

Candidate Workshops
Auburn Library
1102 Auburn Way S, Auburn, WA 98002
Monday, March 25
6:30 – 8:30 p.m.
Redmond Regional Library
15990 NE 85th St, Redmond, WA 98052
Monday, April 1
6:30 – 8:30 p.m.
King County Elections
919 SW Grady Way, Renton, WA 98057
Saturday, April 6
1 – 3 p.m.
King County Elections
919 SW Grady Way, Renton, WA 98057
Saturday, April 20
10 a.m. – 12 noon

Visit the King County Elections website for dates, times and locations of upcoming workshops.

Update: Our research misled us to believe Gary Johnson was up for re-election this year. We were wrong.  So count “because you can” twice.

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