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Kafia Hosh
Communications Officer
kafia.hosh@kingcounty.gov
206-477-4111

Kendall Le Van Hodson
Chief of Staff
kendall.levanhodson@kingcounty.gov
206-477-4111

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Recent news releases

3
APR

Watch your mailbox for Special Election ballots
King County Elections today mailed ballots for the April 23 special election.

4
MAR

Applications now open for 2019-2020 Voter Education Fund
The Voter Education Fund is a government, philanthropic and community partnership to remove barriers to voting in diverse communities. This cycle the Voter Education Fund will place a special emphasis on engaging people with disabilities, African American and Native American voters, and historically marginalized communities in South King County.

23
JAN

Watch your mailbox for Special Election ballots
King County Elections today mailed ballots for the February 12 special election.

1
NOV

Lyft is offering discounted rides to King County ballot drop boxes on Election Day
King County Elections is partnering with Lyft to offer a 50% discount code for rides to ballot drop box locations on Election Day.

17
OCT

Watch your mailbox for General Election ballots
King County Elections mailed ballots to about 1.3 million registered voters for the November 6 General Election. The department estimates a 60 percent voter turnout rate.

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