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Participation could creep higher this year because voters, for the first time, won’t need stamps.
Instead, the group will campaign for one of the options the City Council is putting before voters.
The City Council has unanimously agreed to put the proposed change on the November ballot.
Backers have submitted petitions to put Initiative 1634 to a vote in November.
Funds would be used for a new police and jail building, which are to become part of a civic campus.
The next election is on Aug. 7. Here’s how to qualify to participate.
Proponents of Initiative 1631 turned in 380,000 signatures to the Secretary of State’s Office.
The council’s geographical-districting ordinance is expected to include changes from the citizen group.
The survey asked about several ways of organizing City Council representation.
Snohomish County gets $166,000, but if turnout is high this year, it might cost more.
Voters will be asked to raise the sales tax to pay for upgrading systems used by first responders.
Twenty-nine people are throwing their hat in the ring against incumbent Democratic Sen. Maria Cantwell.
The governor and the secretary of state have found a way to cover the cost statewide — in 2018, anyway.
Among them: A Sultan city councilman aiming for Congress and a 19-year-old with his eye on Olympia.
Candidate filing begins Monday for local, state and federal offices.
For now, the two-county ballot measure is passing, 50.2 percent to 49.8 percent.
Everett Districts Now is pursuing a November ballot measure, as is the City Council.
As of Tuesday, the $275 million proposal was comfortably above the 60 percent supermajority.
Mukilteo’s purveyor of initiatives saw his causes foiled and his political influence jeopardized.
Adam Cornell, a Democrat, is endorsed by Mark Roe, who is stepping down.