Reminder: Want to review candidate statements, videos? Visit our Election page

With general election ballots due in the mail or ballot drop boxes by Nov. 5, we have created a page archiving our recent coverage of local candidates, including mayor, city council, superior court judge, and school board.

Click here to see the relevant articles.

Can’t find something you are looking for? Use the search box on the upper right of the home page or email teresa@myedmondsnews.com. We’re happy to help you search.

The Nov. 5 general election ballot features statewide ballot measures, local ballot measures, county offices and other local offices. Voters will receive two voters’ pamphlets this election — one featuring state measures and judicial candidates and one featuring local measures and offices. The state pamphlet delivery begins in early October while the local pamphlet will show up in mail boxes around Oct. 18, about the time when your ballot arrives. For a customized guide featuring only the issues or races you can vote, visit www.votewa.gov.

And remember, ballots are due by Nov. 5.

If you haven’t registered yet, don’t despair. You can do so until 8 p.m. Nov. 5. More election resources, including voter registration, is available on the Snohomish County Elections website.

 

 

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