Some residents receive wrong voter’s pamphlets
October 30, 2013
NEW — 12:30 p.m. Oct. 30, 2013
A handful of Newcastle residents reported they did not receive the correct voter’s pamphlets, or failed to receive one at all.
King County has four different editions of voter pamphlets. Each one is tailored to an area’s local measures and offices. Newcastle residents should receive edition two of the pamphlet.
Most Newcastle residents appear to have received the correct one, but for those that didn’t, or didn’t get one at all, the voter pamphlet can be found online at http://1.usa.gov/16LndN1. Voters can also pick one up at local libraries.
Scroll down to pages 48 and 49 for information about the Newcastle City Council candidates.
Voters can also learn more about the City Council’s only contested race, with candidate profiles here, or a candidate questionnaire here. The Newcastle News editorial board also offers its suggestion here.
Election Day is Nov. 5, and Newcastle residents can make sure their votes count by returning ballots promptly and correctly.
Mailed ballots require first class postage and must be postmarked by Nov. 5. Voters can return their ballots without a stamp at a 24-hour drop box.
Newcastle’s closest drop box is in Renton, at the King County Elections building, 919 SW Grady Way. The box closes at 8 p.m. on Election Day.
Follow the directions on the ballot envelope for quick accounting. Place the ballot in the security envelope, seal all envelopes and sign the outer envelope, before depositing it in the drop box.
Learn more at www.kingcounty.gov/elections.