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Thurston County Elections  
Primary Election August 18, 2009 Online Local Voters' Pamphlet
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All ballots MUST be postmarked or dropped off by 8:00 pm on Election Day, August 18, 2009
You may download the entire pamphlet or choose individual pages below.
  PDF Symbol ENTIRE Voters' Pamphlet as a PDF
(3.92 M -This is a large file size and could take some time to download)
Table of Contents
  Letter from the Auditor (page 1)
  Participating Jurisdictions (page 1)
  Your Comments Count! (page 1)
  24-Hour Ballot Drop Box Locations (page 2)
  Why Didn't I Get a Ballot? (page 2)
  Sample Ballot (page 3)
  Candidate/Issue Statement Disclaimer (page 4)
  Your Signature Matters (page 5)
  Email Ballot Program (page 7)
  Accessibility Voting Locations (page 9)
  Replacement Ballot Information (page 9)
  Introduction to Measure Statements (page 9)
  Are You Ready To Vote? (page 15)
  Mail-In Voter Registration Form (page 15)
  Voter Qualifications (page 15)
Candidate Statements
  Thurston County Commissioner, District No. 3 (page 4)
  Port of Olympia, Port Commissioner, District No. 3 (page 5)
  City of Olympia, City Council Position No. 4 (page 6)
  City of Olympia, City Council Position No. 5 (page 7)
  City of Tumwater, Mayor (page 8)
Measure Information
  City of Yelm, Proposition No. 1 (page 10)
  Yelm Fire District, Proposition No. 1 (page 11)
  Fire Protection District No. 4 (Rainier), Proposition No. 1 (page 12)

Fire Protection District No. 1 (Grand Mound-Rochester)
& Fire Protection Distric No. 11 (Littlerock), Proposition No. 1 (page 13)

  Fire Protection District No. 6 (East Olympia), Propostion No. 1 (page 14)

Ballots will begin arriving August 1, 2009. If you have not received your ballot by August 5, contact our office immediately.

Phone: (360) 786-5408     TTY: (360) 754-2933

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