How Ballard voted for Seattle mayor

With the election count finalized, Phil Gardner plotted the data on detailed maps that illustrate how different neighborhoods — down to small sections of neighborhoods — voted for mayor. This is the Ballard area map above (you can browse the interactive version here), with Jenny Durkan in blue and Cary Moon in red. While Ballard’s […]

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Ballard voters jam library drop box

Update: The drop box at the Ballard Library has been a popular spot, filling to capacity on several occasions today. Line in Ballard in Seattle to drop ballots. 3rd time box has been full today! pic.twitter.com/f7JQqoM0uK — Laura Opson (@OpsonLegalNurse) November 8, 2017 And earlier… The ballot box at the Ballard Library is entirely full […]

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Voter registration deadline fast approaching for special election

Locals who want to participate in the February 9 special election and are not yet registered should prepare now. Registrations can take place in person until 4: 30 p.m. on Monday, February 1, at King County Elections Voter Registration Annex downtown: King County Administration Building 500 4th Ave, Room 440, Seattle. 8:30 a.m. – 1 p.m. or 2 p.m. – […]

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Voter registration deadline fast approaching for general election

Locals who want to participate in the November 3 general election and are not yet registered should prepare now. Registrations can take place in person until 4: 30 p.m. on Monday, October 26, at King County Elections Voter Registration Annex downtown: King County Administration Building 500 4th Ave, Room 440, Seattle. 8:30 a.m. – 1 p.m. or 2 p.m. – 4:30 […]

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Candidate forum Monday evening

This coming Monday, the Mayoral candidates and City Council candidates will gather for a community forum at Ballard High School. Some of the issues expected to be raised at the forum include: access and cost for the SR-99 corridor and tunnel, crime and other public safety concerns, the future of industrial lands and the maritime […]

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