2012 Board of Supervisors Election
The King Conservation District (King CD) election period for the Board of Supervisor position #3 ended on March 13, 2012 at 11:59 pm.
Christopher “Kit” Ledbetter of Issaquah won the King CD election and will be seated on the Board of Supervisors at the June Board of Supervisors meeting. (Please note: These results will not become official until certified by the Washington State Conservation Commission in May, 2012.) The final candidate totals are:
|Christopher "Kit" Ledbetter||205|
|Michael Cole | 253-234-5234||2|
2012 Voting Process
This year’s election process was streamlined in order to allow voters to register and cast a ballot during one online session from their home, business or any other computer location with internet access. Election Trust LLC of Bellevue was the designated third party Election Supervisor. Secure online voting was administered by Election Trust on the Pnyx™ eVoting Platform (Secured by Scytl).
Verify that your vote was counted. Compare the number on your voter receipt with our list of voters.
All individuals registered to vote in King County are eligible to vote in King Conservation District Board of Supervisor elections except residents of cities that are not members of the District: Enumclaw, Federal Way, Milton, Pacific and Skykomish. View voter eligibility map.
For those without internet access, computer access for voting was made available at the King Conservation District office during the two-week voting period from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm Monday through Friday and until 9:00 pm on the final day of the election. Voters were also encouraged to visit their local library. The following libraries had a 2012 King CD Supervisor Election Voter Guide available for reference: Auburn, Bellevue, Carnation, Des Moines, Maple Valley, Muckleshoot, North Bend, Redmond, Seattle (downtown), Shoreline, Vashon Island, Woodinville.
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