Voting time: King County ballots in the mail Oct. 13

King County voters will begin receiving their ballots and voters’ pamphlets starting this week.

With a large general election ballot, King County Elections reminds voters to read the entire ballot from top to bottom, and front to back before filling it out. In addition, residents will receive two voters’ pamphlets this year—one from King County Elections, with city and county voting information, and one from the Secretary of State, with federal and state information.

King County Elections has projected a 68 percent turnout in King County, with Seattle showing 69 percent and the rest of the county 67 percent.

Voters can confirm that their ballot was mailed and see its progress online on the King County Elections Web site. The accessible voting center at King County Elections opens on October 13; other locations will open October 29. More information on accessible voting centers is available online.

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