Citizens’ Elections Oversight Committee seeks members

August 14, 2012

By Staff

The group responsible for monitoring local elections needs Chinese-speaking and Vietnamese-speaking representatives.

King County leaders put out a call for the openings on the Citizens’ Elections Oversight Committee — the watchdog group created to ensure elections follow proper procedures.

Learn more about qualifications for the position and find the application at www.kingcounty.gov/council/issues/CEOC/application.

King County Council members created the Citizens’ Elections Oversight Committee in 2003 to oversee elections and improve performance and accountability at the then-King County Elections Division.

The council made the oversight group permanent in 2006, after the contentious 2004 contest for governor between Chris Gregoire and Dino Rossi. Overall, committee members have offered more than 180 recommendations to improve local elections.

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