One more reminder of our resources for Edmonds voters

If you haven’t yet filled out your ballot, here’s a summary of the resources available to help you. (Ballots must be postmarked by Tuesday, Nov. 8 but you can also drop them off using the 24-hour drop box at the Edmonds Sno-Isle Library, 650 Main St., or the Lynnwood Library at 19200 44th Ave. W.)

Election Watch 2011 Page
Links to all candidate websites as well as coverage of each candidate’s election announcement, when open to the public.

Video interviews 
Watch 30-minute interviews with each candidate for City Council and Mayor.

Recordings of candidate/issue forums
You can find video and/or audio recordings of the three candidate forums help in Edmonds on the My Edmonds News video channel.

We have uploaded the full version of the Oct. 17 levy forum on our Ustream channel:

Oct. 17, 2011 Edmonds Levy Propositions 1, 2 and 3

In addition, we have posted documents that have been supplied as background information, including slides from Darrol Haug’s pro-Proposition 2 (street overlays) presentation here:

Top 10 list A

Top 10 list B

General Fund with Levy Charts

Edmonds Street Conditions

Oct. 17, 2011 Levy Presentation Power Point

October City Forecast

TBD Project Edmonds Street Conditions

Written reports
Written summaries of candidate forums for Edmonds City Council, Mayor and School Board candidates can be found here:
School board candidates speak at Edmonds PTSA forums

From Monday night’s ACE forum: What the City Council candidates asked each other

ACE forum: What the mayoral candidates asked each other

Mayoral candidates face off at Edmonds Center for the Arts Monday

Edmonds Candidate Forum, Part II: City Council candidates divided on levy support

Edmonds Chamber of Commerce-sponsored forum: School board candidates

Edmonds Chamber of Commerce-sponsored forum: Hospital commission candidates

How would Initiative 1183 (privatized liquor) affect City of Edmonds revenue?

In addition, to find all stories related to this year’s election, simply click on “Election 2011” under the category menu.

Finally, here are links to the online voters’ pamphlet for both state ballot issues and local races:

Washington state voters’ pamphlet

Snohomish County races

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