Sultan School Board candidates (from left) Bryon Atkinson, Mike Varnell and Jordan Sears.

Sultan School Board candidates (from left) Bryon Atkinson, Mike Varnell and Jordan Sears.

Where are the voters? So few returned ballots are ‘baffling’

Also: A too-young school board candidate in Sultan is old enough now, and he’s running as a write-in.

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