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Understanding the February Special Election

Understanding the February Special Election

Did you know there’s an election coming up on Tuesday, February 13th? Springtime special elections sometimes get overlooked, especially when it feels like the recent November election is so fresh in mind. But in the February 2018 special election, 65 percent of Washington’s registered voters are eligible to participate — that’s 2,753,553 people. Voters from all but two counties have issues and/or races on the February ballot. San Juan and Skamania are the exceptions, but not all other counties have…

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Visiting cloudy Coupeville

Visiting cloudy Coupeville

Taking his final tour of the northwestern part of our state, Secretary of State Reed is visiting Coupeville, the Island County seat located in the central part of beautiful Whidbey Island.  Reed chatted with Island County Auditor Sheilah Crider and staff at the Island County Courthouse, and took a tour of the Island County Historical Society Museum.  Later this afternoon, Reed will travel to Bellingham. Below is a picture of the Coupeville wharf on this fine, if cool, June-uary morning. Please…

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SecReed: Rotary dialin’ on the island

SecReed: Rotary dialin’ on the island

Secretary of State Reed began Day Two of this week’s Northwest Washington tour  by speaking at the South Whidbey Island  Rotary Club’s meeting in Langley Tuesday morning. Reed is traveling up the island to Coupeville for a visit with county officials and a tour of the Island County Historical Society Museum before venturing north to Whatcom County. Please follow and like us:

Reed visits Skagit County

Reed visits Skagit County

As part of his goal of visiting all 39 counties in Washington during his final year in office, Secretary Reed is in the northwestern part of the state for the next couple of days. He’s shown here talking with a patron at the Mount Vernon City Library. His  Skagit County visit Monday also included stops at the county courthouse in Mount Vernon and the Skagit County Historical Society Museum in La Conner, as well as a speaking engagement before the…

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