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Top 12 Reasons to Vote in the August 2020 Primary Election

We don’t want to alarm you, but your August Primary ballot will be mailed out next week. Yes, on July 14th your 2020 Primary ballot will be on its way to your mailbox. With all the national politics you might be so turned off you’re tempted to sit this one out.  Well here’s our top 12 reasons you shouldn’t:

  1. 8th or 9th Congressional District Representative (both include Auburn, both are up for re-election)
  2. Governor

    Also important: Completing your 2020 Census.

  3. Luitenent Governor
  4. Secretary of State
  5. Treasurer
  6. State Auditor
  7. Attorney General
  8. Commissioner of Public Lands
  9. Superintendent of Public Instruction
  10. Insurance Commissioner
  11. 30th / 31st / 47th District Representative, Position No. 1
      (all three districts include Auburn, all three positions are up for re-election)
  12. 30th / 31st / 47th District Representative, Position No. 2
          (all three districts include Auburn, all three positions are up for re-election)
    BONUS REASONS: Depending on your location, you may also have these bonus reasons!
  13. Pierce County Sheriff
  14. South King Fire & Rescue – Proposition No. 1
  15. Mountain View Fire and Rescue – Proposition No. 1

Check out our Vote 2020 section to learn about the candidates – there are 109! (and if that number is wrong, we’re not going to say anything because it’s a Friday and we don’t make fun of people who are bad at math, right?) We also have a nifty Voter Resources page to help answer questions you may have.are you registered to vote, register to vote, vote washington, register to vote washing, how do I register to vote To ensure you are getting the information that you need, we want to hear from you, to learn what is important to YOU, the Auburn voter. Email us questions you have about the 2020 election or candidates, what types of information you’re interested in seeing, or even just a tasty cocktail recipe.

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Remember: it is important to not lose sight of local elections while eyes are the other Washington this election year. Don’t let that happen.

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