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Ballots Due Tomorrow For School Bonds And Levies

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Ballots are due tomorrow for the February 14th election in which school districts up and down the valley are hoping for your support of bonds and levies vital to school operations. County Auditor Corky Mattingly says of the 86 thousand ballots sent out, about 35 percent have already been returned. Mattingly says she expects a 45 percent turnout.

Districts are running levies that need to be renewed.  Selah and Naches are running bonds and while you can send your ballot to the auditors office through the mail. You can also place the ballot in a drop box. The boxes are located across from the Yakima County Courthouse and inside the auditors office or in the lower valley at the Sunnyside Worksource office.

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