Pssst! Pass the word: Registered voters with disabilities can learn how to use Kittitas County’s Accessible Voting Unit (AVU) so that they can vote in privacy for this and other elections.
Beginning today, the first day of voting for the Nov. 6 election, election staff will be on hand to help voters with disabilities learn their way around these devices. Read the brochure below for details.
Now is the time to pass a $59 million bond measure to build a new elementary school and upgrade two other campuses in the Ellensburg School District, according to Mike Nollan, assistant superintendent for the district.
Nollan and other school district officials addressed a lunch meeting of the Kittitas Valley League of Women on Tuesday to explain the bond issue on the ballot for the Nov. 6 election.
Now that the deadline for online voter registration has passed, it’s time to Get Out the Vote!
Research has shown that nothing is more effective in changing behavior – and specifically voting behavior – than personal contact with people.
Kittitas Valley League of Women Voters were registering voters and updating addresses at three locations on National Voter Registration Day. Many thanks to the vendors who lent us the space: 1891 Bistro on CWU campus, campus Starbucks, and D&M Coffee downtown. Thanks also to our volunteers: Karen Raymond, Kris Ernest, Kath Fraser, Peggy Lyon, Paula McMinn, and Catherine Cook and Glenn Rudolph, and to Charli Sorenson for organizing this event.