Before ballots arrive, read up on issues in county voters’ guide
October 6, 2010
NEW — 6 a.m. Oct. 6, 2010
King County Elections has debuted the primer to the November election, the Local Voters’ Pamphlet.
Find the guide here. The elections office plans to mail ballots to King County residents next week.
Issaquah voters will decide legislative, judicial and congressional races in the Nov. 2 election, plus a measure to raise the county sales tax rate.
The pamphlet includes statements from the candidates in the running to represent the legislative districts in and near Issaquah — the 5th, 41st and 48th — plus information about judicial contests, the sales tax measure and proposed King County Charter amendments.
The elections office has also added a ballot drop box at Issaquah City Hall.