February 13, 2018 Special Election

The February 13 Special Election includes bonds and levies for local districts. Most school districts in Snohomish County will have a least one measure on the ballot. Fire District 24 and Lake Stevens Library Capital Facility Area will also have a measure.

Important dates:
Jan. 12 - Military/overseas ballots mailed
Jan. 12 - Drop boxes open
Jan. 15 - Last day to register or change/update address online or by mail
Jan. 25 - Ballots mailed
Feb. 5 - Last day for in-person registration (new Washington voters)
Feb. 13 - Election Day (drop boxes and accessible voting locations close at 8pm)
Feb. 23 - Election certified

Current Election Results

Current Precinct Results (PDF)

Current Precinct Results (Excel)

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List of ballot measures

Local Voters' Pamphlets are optional for special elections. The following districts chose to publish an LVP, which will be included with ballots:
Granite Falls School District No. 332
Northshore School District No. 417
Fire District 24
Lake Stevens Library Capital Facility Area

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Please note that 17.5 year-olds may register but will not appear in the look-up system or receive a voter registration card until their 18th birthday. 

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