Voter registration for school election ends Monday

Voters not currently registered in Washington can register to vote in the Feb. 11 school election through Monday, Feb. 3, but they must register in person at the Snohomish County auditor’s office in Everett.

The last day for current Washington voters to file a change of address or for anyone to register by mail or on line was Jan. 13.

Voters in Brier, Edmonds, Lynnwood, Mountlake Terrace, Woodway and the rest of the Edmonds School District face two ballot measures: a renewal of the district’s programs-and-operations levy and a bond issue for school-building construction and renovation.

Voters who register in person can either get a ballot by mail or vote on accessible machines at the auditor’s office if they choose to wait for their registration to be validated through the state voter registration database, a wait that requires a few minutes.

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