Hospital district positions open in 2019 elections

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Filing week for the 2019 general elections begins on Monday, May 13. This year residents in Public Hospital District No. 4 will have the chance to vote for two district commissioners.

Commissioner position four is currently held by Gene Pollard. Commissioner position five is vacant.

The Public Hospital District’s board of commissioners work with hospital administrations to plan and manage the ongoing operation of health care services in the district. Public Hospital District No. 4 works to manage the Snoqualmie Valley Hospital alongside staff.

Commission meetings are held on the second Thursday of every month at the Snoqualmie Valley Hospital.

According to King County Elections, candidates must complete a declaration of candidacy and be registered to vote in the district. More information, including the candidate manual and resources for online filing are available on the King County Elections website at www.kingcounty.gov/depts/elections.aspx.

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