“Besides I-1033 and R-71, there are many mayoral and council races in cities and counties across Washington that are important to those communities, such as the County Executive and County Council races in King County and the County Council races in Snohomish County, and three state House races in Eastern Washington,” Reed said. “If you want to have a say, but haven’t registered to vote, do it before it’s too late.”
Reed predicts a 51 percent voter turnout for the General Election.
Citizens who register in person to vote will receive their ballot for the November 3 General Election either in person at their county elections office or via regular mail, depending on the county.
Click here http://wei.secstate.wa.gov/osos/en/PreviousElections/2009/GeneralElection/Pages/OVG_20091103.aspx to see the statewide Online Voters’ Guide, which features information about I-1033, R-71, the three legislative races and two judicial contests.