Video Voters’ Guide: 2013 General Election – King CountyThis online King County Video Voters' Guide is designed to make information about the November 5 General election more accessible, and assist you in making an informed choice.
This is an all-mail election. Instead of going to a polling place, ballots will be sent to all registered voters.
In this edition you will hear statements from candidates for the Metropolitan King County Council and Port of Seattle Commission. There are also statements on a County charter amendment and proposition. Each candidate or representative has two minutes to speak. They appear on the screen in the same order in which they will appear on your ballot.
Video links to the online King County online video voters' guide are viewed using Windows Media Player or Microsoft's Silverlight. Silverlight is required for Mac and Firefox users.
Watch the entire Video Voters Guide or watch portions of the Guide:
King County Executive
Alan E. Lobdell
King County Sheriff
John Urquhart- was unable or chose not to participate
Metropolitan King County Council
Metropolitan King County Council District 1
Metropolitan King County Council District 3
Kathy Lambert - was unable or chose not to participate
Metropolitan King County Council District 5
Dave Upthegrove - was unable or chose not to participate
Metropolitan King County Council District 7
Pete von Reichbauer - was unable or chose not to participate
Metropolitan King County Council District 9
King County Ballot Measures
Charter Amendment No. 1 - County Department of Public Defense
For Charter Amendment No. 1
Proposition No. 1 - Medic One – Emergency Medical Services Renewal of Existing Levy
For Proposition No. 1
Port of Seattle
Commissioner Position No. 1
Commissioner Position No. 2
John Naubert - was unable or chose not to participate
Commissioner Position No. 3
Commissioner Position No. 4
Richard Pope - was unable or chose not to participate
Tom Albro- was unable or chose not to participate