King County: Has your ballot arrived in the mail yet?

Ballots dropped in the mail for King County residents on October 18, and yours should arrive in your mailbox sometime this week. This election includes important decisions for the future of King County, including whether or not to continue and expand services for a growing population of vulnerable residents.

KCSARC endorses the Yes on Prop 1 initiative to pass the King County Veterans, Seniors, and Human Services Levy.

For over a decade, this levy has funded vital health and housing services for our neighbors who need them most. It was twice approved by voters, and is set to expire this year. It needs the approval of King County voters once again to effectively meet the needs of veterans, seniors, and survivors of domestic and sexual violence.

You can read endorsements from The Seattle Times and The Stranger for more details about how this levy works—and who it helps.

We encourage you to VOTE YES ON PROP 1 to expand King County's commitment to fund services and housing for vulnerable individuals, including survivors of sexual violence and their families.

KCSARC joins the Coalition Ending Gender-Based Violence in endorsing the Yes on Prop 1 initiative. To see other endorsements, FAQs, and information about the Veterans and Human Services Levy, visit the Yes on Prop 1 website.

For a list of ballot drop locations, answers to questions about ballots or elections, visit King County Elections website.


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