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A Week Away From Election, Night Get Your Ballot In

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

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Register Now if You Want to Vote

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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County Auditor Corky Mattingly On KIT’s Mike Bastinelli Show [AUDIO]

 

Yakima County Auditor was a guest on Wednesday's Mike Bastinelli show. She talked about how her office is preparing for the upcoming election, and how ballots are collected and counted in Yakima County.

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Election Ballots Arriving in the Mail Today

Yakima County Elections Manager Kathy Fisher says ballots will be available by Wednesday. County Auditor Corky Mattingly says she predicts a high 80 percent turnout for the presidential election. Mattingly says the turnout will be similar to what it was in 2008

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Voter Registration Deadlines is Fast Approaching

There are two important deadlines fast approaching for anyone wanting to register to vote in the November election.  The county auditor will begin mailing ballots on Oct. 19.  This Saturday is the last day to postmark new voter registrations that are mailed in

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The Fight is Over for Washington’s Voting System

The fight against Washington's top two primary election system is finally over after the supreme court declined to look at the system after complaints from political parties that the system is confusing and interferes with their rights and the parties maintained the system confuses voters

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County Auditor Sees Light Ballot Returns on Primary Election

Did you vote in the primary election? The Yakima County Auditors office says of the 103,000 ballots sent out for Tuesday's primary election, only about 33 percent were returned on election night. Yakima County Auditor Corky Mattingly was predicting 47 percent

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Today is Primary Election Day, Get Your Ballot In

It's time to turn in your ballot for the primary election. If you are a registered voter your ballot is due in the Yakima County Auditor's office today. County Elections Manager Kathy Fisher tells KIT News that of the 103 ballots sent out on July 18, about 18 percent have been returned

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