The Yakima County Auditor’s Office is preparing for a busy night on Tuesday. Yakima County Auditor Corky Mattingly predicts a record amount of ballots. He expects upwards of 80 percent of the 105,000 ballots sent to county voters
Some voters in the 14th and 15th legislative districts are noticing a big change in the ballot for the upcoming election. County Elections Manager Kathy Fisher says a redistricting plan approved by the state earlier this year means legislative district boundaries were redrawn in the 13th, 14th and 15th districts
Voters in Yakima County are taking their time. About 29 percent of the 105,000 ballots have been returned to the auditor's office as of today. Yakima County Auditor Corky Mattingly says more ballots are coming in as we get closer to the election
Election Day is one week away. With so many issues on the ballot county elections officials say you voters should do it soon. The sooner voters hand in ballots into the county auditors, the earlier it will get counted after polls close
People who are not registered to vote still have time. People can register to vote in person until the end of business day on Monday, Oct. 29 for the general election. Individuals can visit the County Auditors office in the Yakima County Courthouse to fill out the paperwork
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