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This online King County Video Voters' Guide is designed to make information about the November 3 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 King County Assessor, King County Elections Director, King County Council, Port of Seattle Commission and ballot measures. 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.

Watch the entire Video Voters Guide or watch portions of the Guide:

Introduction

King County Assessor

Introduction
Lloyd Hara
John Wilson

King County Director of Elections

Introduction

Julie Wise
Zach Hudgins

Metropolitan King County Council

Introduction

District 2
Larry Gossett - was unable or chose not to participate

District 4
Jeanne Kohl Welles - was unable or chose not to participate
Rufe Orr - was unable or chose not to participate

District 6
Claudia Balducci
Jane Hague

District 8
Joe McDermott

Port of Seattle 

Introduction

Commissioner Position No. 2
Courtney Gregoire
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Commissioner Position No. 5
Fred Felleman
Marion Yoshino

Ballot Measures

Proposition No. 1: Regular Property Tax Levy for Children, Youth, Families and Communities
Introduction
Proposition No. 1 - PRO

Charter Amendment 1: Law Enforcement Oversight
Introduction
Charter Amendment 1 - PRO
Charter Amendment 1 - CON

Guide Closing

Related information:

City of Seattle Video Voters Guide

Chinese language information:

Chinese language voter information

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