Tomorrow is election day in King County. Don’t forget to get your ballot in the mail so it can be postmarked by Tuesday. Or you can drop it in an official Ballot Box in front of the Ballard Library, on the corner of NW 57th Street and 22nd Avenue NW (no postage needed if dropped in a ballot box).
King County produced a video guide for the countywide offices of King County Assessor, King County Elections Director, Metropolitan King County Council and Port of Seattle Commissioners. On the video guide, each candidate has two minutes to speak.
Registered voters who have not received a ballot should contact the King County Elections Department at 206-296-VOTE (8683).
King County mailed about 1.1 million ballots. Elections Director Sherril Huff expects about a 52 percent turnout in this election.