If you have returned your primary election ballot, you are among the 18 percent of Edmonds voters who have done so, according to the Snohomish County Elections and Voter Registration Division.
Statistics released by the county Friday indicate that of the 26, 923 primary election ballots mailed, 4,897 — or 18.2 percent — have been returned. While that may seem like a small number, Edmonds’ return rate is higher than neighboring Mountlake Terrace (12.4 percent) and Lynnwood (12.8 percent).
If you are still making up your mind about the primary election choices for Edmonds mayor or City Council position 4, remember that My Edmonds News has exclusive video interviews with all candidates here. In addition, we invited all primary election candidates for Edmonds School Board to submit their statements, and you can find those here (scroll down to School Board section and click on link for each candidate).
Ballots must be postmarked by Tuesday, Aug. 16, or there is a drop box located outside the Edmonds Library at 7th and Main.