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Primary election ballots must be postmarked by August 6th

Mill Creekers have a chance to make a difference as two City Council seats are in this year’s primary election. Voters will decide which two candidates will qualify for the November 5th general election.
Two City Council seats on the 2013 Primary Election ballot. Photo credit: News of Mill Creek.

Most of those eligible to cast a vote in Tuesday’s primary election won’t do so. Since this is not a big national election year, turnout will most likely be around 30 percent.

However, Mill Creekers have a chance to make a difference as two City Council seats are on the 2013 primary election ballot. Voters will decide which two candidates will qualify for the November 5th general election.

Here are the choices and links to voter information:

Council Position #1 – Check out the candidates answers to six questions here

Council Position #2– Check out the candidates answers to six questions here

Snohomish County Voter Information Guide

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