King Conservation District to again offer electronic ballot access for voters February 25, 2021
King Conservation District (KCD) will be holding its annual Board Supervisor election in March to fill an open Board of Supervisors seat. The 2021 election has attracted an unprecedented nine candidates for the position. Brittany Bush Bollay, Kali Clark, John Comerford, Daryl Delaurenti, Wayne Gullstad, Doug Hennick, Natalie Reber, Melissa Tatro, and David Toledo are all vying for the open seat, according to a press release. Candidate statements can be read at kingcd.org/elections.
In 2020, KCD made international headlines by offering electronic ballot access for its Board Supervisor election. Those changes increased the visibility, and accessibility, of the election and doubled voter turnout from the prior year. To increase awareness of the election in 2021, KCD will be mailing out over 800,000 postcards to eligible voter households in the district with information on how to vote in the board election. These postcards will arrive in mailboxes in early March, at the beginning of the voting period.
Read more about King CD’s 2021 election by following the link below.
Source: Woodinville Weekly | King Conservation District to again offer electronic ballot access for voters