Community members needed to write statements for
online voters’ guide
(Port Orchard, WA) - The Auditor’s Office is
seeking individuals to serve on committees to draft voters’ guide arguments
for the April 28 Special Election. This is an opportunity to provide voters
with information about measures affecting their community.
Each ballot measure appearing in the April 28 Special Election online
voters’ guide includes the official ballot title, explanatory statement,
arguments “for” and “against” the measure, and rebuttals.
The Auditor’s Office is seeking individuals to serve on committees to draft
arguments against the following measures:
Committee members do not have to be residents of the
district in order to draft arguments. Interested parties should contact the
Elections Division by 4:30 p.m., March 16. Please email
email@example.com, or call 360-337-7128 if interested.
“Our office is committed to ensuring voters have all of
the information they need to make informed decision,” said Kitsap County
Elections Manager Kyle Joyce. “The online voters' guide is one of the many
resources available to them.”
The Elections Division also provides an online accessible
ballot, and accessible voting equipment available at the Elections Division
office. Postage-free ballot drop boxes are also available in locations
throughout the county.
More information on these ballot measures is available
For all of the latest Kitsap County Auditor – Elections
Division news, visit:
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