BELLEVUE, WASHINGTON – Following the release of the initial election results in the 2022 midterm elections, the Yes on King County Charter Amendment 1 campaign offered its profound thanks to the people of King County for embracing the coalition’s proposal to move elections for twelve key county positions from odd years to even years, when…
In a letter to the editor, Win/Win’s Katie Stultz explains why King County would benefit from the passage of Charter Amendment 1.
Courtesy of the League of Women Voters of Seattle-King County, here’s a virtual forum you can watch on demand featuring election and voting experts discussing even year elections and ranked choice voting. LWV’s goal with this forum is to increase the public’s understanding of the measures, answer your questions, and explain why the LWVSKC has endorsed them.
The Stranger has joined other publications in urging a Yes vote by November 8th on the plan to move elections for King County positions currently elected in odd years to even years.
Looking for a concise explanation of what King County Charter Amendment 1 is? Watch/listen to Councilmember Girmay Zahilay make the case for our plan to switch the offices of Executive, Assessor, Elections Director, and Council from odd to even numbered years in this video created by the Seattle Channel.
The campaign for King County Charter Amendment 1 is pleased to have received the support of The Urbanist, a Seattle-based nonprofit providing daily news coverage and opinion in the advocacy journalism tradition along with social and educational events:
This week, King County Elections is mailing out nearly 1.4 million ballots to registered voters across the county. Our campaign held a media event in Renton to kick off Ballot Drop Week and urge people to vote “Yes” on King County Charter Amendment 1.
“Almost without a doubt, moving King County races to even years will increase voter participation,” the newspaper concluded.
The Yes on King County Charter Amendment 1 campaign thanks Fuse and the Progressive Voters Guide for urging a yes vote on our proposal to move King County to even-year elections. Read what the guide says about our proposal.
This video, created by coalition member Washington for Equitable Representation, explains why passing King County Charter Amendment 1 will make future elections in our region more inclusive and empowering. Watch the video: