Seattle Voters' Guide
Guide to the upcoming election for City of Seattle voters. Background information on the election and statements from the candidates and ballot issue campaigns.

 
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November 5, 2019 General Election

Seattle City Offices and Measures on the Primary Ballot


City Council District No. 1
City Council District No. 2
City Council District No. 3
City Council District No. 4
City Council District No. 5
City Council District No. 6
City Council District No. 7


The next regularly scheduled elections for Mayor, City Attorney and At-large City Council Positions 8 and 9 will be in 2021

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Other Offices and Measures on City of Seattle General Election Ballots

Statewide ballot measures

Referendum Measure No. 88
Initiative Measure No. 976
Advisory Votes Nos. 20,21,22,23,24,25,26,27,28,29,30 and 31
Senate Joint Resolution No. 8200

Other local ballot measures on City of Seattle General Election Ballots

King County Proposition No. 1

For more information, see the:
King County Elections'
Ballot Measures



Other offices on City of Seattle Primary Election Ballots

Federal None

State Court of Appeals, Division 1, District 1, Positions 1 and 2
King Superior Court, Positions 2,5,6,16,17,31,35,36,37,49 and 50

Local King County Assessor
King County Director of Elections
King County Council, Positions 2,4 and 8
Port of Seattle, Commissioner Positions 2 and 5
Seattle School District 1, Director Districts 1,2,3 and 6

For more information, see the: King County Elections'
Candidates


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Democracy Voucher Program


Eligible Seattle residents may receive four $25 Democracy Vouchers, valued at a total of $100. Democracy Vouchers can be used to support candidates running for Seattle City Council in the 2019 election. For more information, please visit the Democracy Voucher Program website.

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Other Languages

King County Elections has voting information available in these languages:

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Español (Spanish)

Tiếng Việt (Vietnamese)



Other 2019 Seattle Elections Information


Election Days

Primary Election: August 6, 2019
General Election: November 5, 2019


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