Should you haven’t yet cast your vote within the Aug. 3 major election, here’s a reminder of our election assets:
You possibly can watch a video of the first election debate for Edmonds Metropolis Council Positions 1 and a pair of here. In addition, we have a written summary of the Position 1 debate here and the Place 2 debate right here. And you can see who is donating to the candidates’ campaigns in this report right here.
Edmonds City Council Position 2: incumbent (appointed) Luke Distelhorst and challengers Will Chen, Janelle Cass and Lora Petso.
Edmonds Port Fee
Port of Edmonds Commissioner-at-Large Place 5: incumbent Steve Johnson and challengers Selena Killin and Scott Marshall. (Read more about each of these Edmonds Port Fee candidates on our Election 2021 page.)
South Snohomish County Fireplace & Rescue
Commissioner Position-at-Large 7: incumbent David Chan, Ben Messaoudi, Rashawn Smith
Public Hospital District 2
Commissioner Position 2: Rico Tessandore, Zemach Faris, Carolyn Brennan
In keeping with the Snohomish County Elections Workplace, ballots were mailed to all registered voters on Friday, July 16. Voters’ pamphlets, which provide more information about all of the assorted candidates, have been mailed to residences and will also be seen right here.
“Historically we see a sharp drop in participation in native elections, though it’s onerous to overstate their significance,” said County Auditor Garth Fell. “The candidates we elect will decide priorities for our county, cities, faculties and different native districts and can significantly impact your group. And voting in the first supports candidates you want to see in your common election ballot.”
Voters can register to vote or make updates to their registration and may vote in-particular person until 8 p.m. on Election Evening, Tuesday, Aug. 3 on the Auditor’s Office or at an accessible voting site throughout specific hours.
All 30 ballot drop bins can be open for the first to obtain voted ballots. Drop field places might be found atwww.snoco.org/elections, but here are the ones in our basic space:
Brier (close to City Corridor)
2901 228th St. S.W.
Brier, WA 98036
Edmonds (near library)
650 Essential St.
Edmonds, WA 98020
Lynnwood (Ash Means Park and Experience)
16327 Ash Approach
Lynnwood, WA 98087
Lynnwood (in entrance of Metropolis Hall)
19100 44th Ave. W.
Lynnwood, WA 98036
Mountlake Terrace (close to library)
23300 58th Ave. W.
Mountlake Terrace, WA 98043
Woodway (close to City Corridor)
23920 113th Pl. W.
Woodway, WA 98020
Moreover, voters can return their ballots by mail by the U.S. Postal Service. Ballots have to be postmarked by Election Day, Aug. 3. Examine the last collection time on the box and when in doubt, use a county ballot drop field.
Snohomish County Elections has accessible voting equipment for voters with disabilities and offers final-minute voter registration and ballot issuance at the next sites in the course of the hours listed:
Lynnwood, WA 98087
Saturday, July 31 – 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.Monday, Aug. 2 – 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Tuesday, Aug. Three – 8:30 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Wyndham Garden Hotel16710 Smokey Point Blvd
Arlington, WA 98223
Snohomish County Auditor’s Office1st Flooring Admin W
3000 Rockefeller Ave.
Everett, WA 98201
Monday by way of Friday – 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.Tuesday, Aug. 3 – 8:30 a.m. – Eight p.m.
Unvaccinated voters who want in-individual service can be required to take care of social distance and wear face coverings in compliance with federal, state and local guidelines. Voters are encouraged to make the most of online resources at www.votewa.govandwww.snoco.org/elections.
If you’re registered to vote and haven’t obtained a ballot or have extra questions or wants, name 425-388-3444 or e-mail [email protected] For extra data, go to www.snoco.org/elections.