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Halei Watkins
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hawatkins@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

18
SEP

King County Elections, Seattle Seahawks and CenturyLink Field Announce Partnership to Drive Voter Registration and Voter Turnout
King County Elections, the Seattle Seahawks, and CenturyLink Field announce a partnership to promote the importance of voting and voter registration throughout the season. The Seahawks and CenturyLink Field are welcoming Elections staff to two games this season to register voters and encourage fans to cast their ballots in this year’s general election.

17
JUL

Watch your mailbox for Primary Election ballots
King County Elections mailed ballots and local voters’ pamphlets today, July 17, to over 1.3 million registered voters for the August 6 Primary Election. “With same-day registration and prepaid postage on ballots, voting has never been easier and more accessible,” said Julie Wise, Director of King County Elections. “There are no longer the barriers of restrictive deadlines or needing a stamp- those barriers are gone. Vote and make your voice heard.”

23
MAY

Voter Education Fund Invests Nearly $1 Million in Diverse Communities
The Voter Education Fund is a government, philanthropic and community partnership led by King County Elections and Seattle Foundation to remove barriers to voting in underserved and underrepresented communities. A total of 39 organizations are receiving $950,000 in grants to increase voter engagement in underserved communities.

21
MAY

Second Highest Number of Candidates File for Office in King County
The full list of candidates running for office in 2019 is now available online

9
MAY

King County Elections Braces for a Record Number of Candidates Running for Office
More than 700 candidates are expected to run for office in King County this year.

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