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See What's on the Ballot
Your voters’ guide is the best place to get information on the candidates and measures that appear on your ballot. The voters’ guide lets candidates tell you who they are and what they stand for. Bond and levy measures in the voters’ guide include explanatory statements of the measure as well as pro and con statements. The voters' guide is available in both digital (Online Voters' Guide) and printed (Local Voters' Pamphlet) formats.
Online Voters’ Guide (VoteWA) appears to be an empty link with target http://www.votewa.gov
Contains only the candidates and issues on your ballot. Once you log in, click on the "Voters’ Guide" tab on the left of your screen.
Local Voters' Pamphlet
Includes information on candidates and/or measures that will be voted on in Snohomish County. The LVP is mailed one-to-every-household for primary and general elections and either as an insert with the ballot or directly to households for special elections, depending on size of the election.
Ed .1 - City of Mountlake Terrace (PDF)
Sample Ballot (PDF)
Contains all the candidates and/or measures that will be voted on in Snohomish County. The sample ballot may look different from the official ballot you receive in the mail, which has only the candidates and/or measures you are eligible to vote on.
Voting on Ballot Measures
When a levy/bond passes, the impact on the services your community receives and the taxes you may pay depends greatly on your unique situation. For the information on proposed uses for funding measures, see your voters’ guide or reach out to your district representative. You can find your elected officials on votewa.gov.
Resolutions received for the February 14, 2023 Special Election:
City of Brier Proposition No. 1 (PDF)
City of Mountlake Terrace Proposition No. 1 (PDF)
For information on how your current property taxes are distributed, please visit the Snohomish County Assessor’s website.
Voting for Candidates
In each race in the Primary or General Election, you may vote for any one candidate listed. You are not required to vote on every race. Votes for the races you choose to participate in will still be counted.
Candidates for partisan offices may state a political party they prefer. A candidate’s preference does not imply endorsement or approval from that party.