Ballots Due Tuesday
Tomorrow is primary election day in Washington state. That means if you have a ballot that you haven’t turned in it’s due in the Yakima County Auditors office tomorrow.
If you live in the city of Yakima you are voting on proposition one which calls for a change in the Yakima City Charter. The change would dedicate money for major road work.
Yakima residents are also voting for two Yakima City Council positions. For position 5 incumbent Yakima City councilman Dave Ettl is in a three way race with Charles Noel and “Sid” Reynaga. The other city council Incumbent Bill lover is challenged by Carol Folsum Hill and Enrique Jevons for position no. 7. There are also city council races in Sunnyside and Prosser.
In Sunnyside incumbent Theresa Hancock facing Robert Perales and Emanuel Santana Walle. The other incumbent, Don Vlieger is facing Victor Ochoa and Spencer Martin.
Prosser City Council incumbent Ernest Troemel faces two challengers, Trevor Day and Don Aubrey.
The Yakima County Auditor’s Office has dropboxes available across the street from the main entrance to the Yakima County Courthouse on Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard.
Ballot drop boxes will also be available at Toppenish High School and the Sunnyside WorkSource office from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Tuesday.