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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.
Which Voters' Guide?

Form of Government
City Council Position 8
City Council Position 9
City Attorney

November 7, 2017 General Election

Seattle City Offices and Measures on the General Election Ballot

City Council Position No. 8
City Council Position No. 9
City Attorney

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There are no City of Seattle Ballot Measures on the General Election Ballot

The next regularly scheduled elections for City Council Districts 1 through 7 will be in 2019

Video Voters' Guide

The Video Voters' Guide can be found at

The Seattle Channel

Other Offices and Measures on City of Seattle General Election Ballots

Statewide ballot measures

There are 3 statewide Advisory Votes on the General Election ballot

Advisory Vote No. 16
Engrossed Substitute House Bill 1597
Advisory Vote No. 17
Engrossed House Bill 2163
Advisory Vote No. 18
Engrossed House Bill 2242

For more information, see the:
Secretary of State's
Voters' Guide

Other local ballot measures on City of Seattle General Election Ballots

King County Proposition No. 1
Levy Lid Lift for Veterans, Seniors and Vulnerable Populations

For more information, see the:
King County Elections'
Ballot Measure Voters' Guide

Other offices on City of Seattle General Election Ballots

Federal None

State Legislative District 37, State Senator

Judicial Court of Appeals, Division 1, District 1
Judge Positions 2 and 5

Local King County Executive
King County Sheriff
King County Council District 1
Port of Seattle, Commissioner Positions 1,3 and 4
Seattle School District 1, Director Districts 4,5 and 7

For more information, see the: King County Elections'
Candidate Voters' Guide

Or Customize your Candidate guide for your particular precinct's ballot: King County Elections'
My Voter Guide

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 or City Attorney in the 2017 election. For more information, please visit the Democracy Voucher Program website.

PDF Version

A PDF version of the Voters' Guide can be found at

King County Elections PDF Voters' Pamphlet

Other Languages

King County Elections has voting information available in these languages:

中文 (Chinese)

한국어 (Korean)

Español (Spanish)

Tiếng Việt (Vietnamese)

Other 2017 Seattle Elections Information

Election Days

Primary Election: August 1, 2017
General Election: November 7, 2017

Voting and Ballot FAQs

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