The King County Citizens’ Election Oversight Committee (CEOC) currently has two positions open for nominations and appointments. The mission of the CEOC is to help King County maintain public confidence in elections.
“The CEOC makes recommendations to the Council to improve the performance of the Department of Elections, and helps ensure that accountability and performance of the Department of Elections is provided in a transparent manner that is meaningful to the residents of King County,” states the King County website.
The CEOC meets via Zoom until further notice. Regularly, the committee meets at the Elections headquarters building in Renton.
Positions Open for Application
- One representative from an academic institution who has knowledge of elections (initial one year term and nomination must be supported in writing by an academic institution)
- One representative who has experience in technology (three year term)
CEOC Member Qualifications
Members should have but are not limited to:
- Working knowledge of local or state government elections operations and management, demography, technology and organizational management
- A strong commitment to an accountable, transparent, well-managed and efficient elections operation in King County
- A willingness to commit the time necessary to attend committee meetings and activities.
- Not hold an eleective public office or be a candidate for election to public office, other than as a precinct committee officer. With the exception of ex office members – members shall serve three year terms.
The deadline for initial review is February 11, 2022. However, the positions will remain open until filled. For more information, please visit www.kingcounty.gov/ceoc.