Vote notes: Deadline; Sealth ‘mock election’; dropoff van

With eight days till the official nationwide Election Day (though voting-by-mail has been under way for a week and a half), three notes today:

checkbox.jpgDEADLINE REMINDER: In case you missed this in today’s daily preview, last chance to register to vote if you aren’t already registered in this state – get yourself to these locations downtown or in Renton by 4:30!

STUDENT MOCK ELECTION: When results of a national student “mock election” for president come out next Monday, they’ll include results from voting tomorrow right here in West Seattle, as announced by Chief Sealth International High School teacher Noah Zeichner:

Students and teachers at Chief Sealth International High School will be taking part in a national mock election on Tuesday, October 30th. Students will use a state-of-the art online voting system as they participate in a mock election program sponsored by the Youth Leadership Initiative (YLI), a national civic education program based at the University of Virginia Center for Politics. With approximately one million students expected to vote nationwide during the two-week voting period from October 22-November 1, the YLI Mock Election is the largest secure, student-only online mock election in the nation. Results of the YLI National Mock Election will be available the morning of Monday, November 5, 2012.

BALLOT DROPOFF VAN: Still no dropoff box in West Seattle – but the county will bring back its dropoff van starting this Friday, same spot as the primary, southwest side of the West Seattle Stadium parking lot. 10 am-5 pm Friday-Monday (November 2-5), you’ll find it there, and 7 am-8 pm on Election Day (Tuesday 11/6).

1 Reply to "Vote notes: Deadline; Sealth 'mock election'; dropoff van"

  • CandrewB October 29, 2012 (6:41 pm)

    You would think that with the Dems relying on King County to keep them in power, they would put ballot drop-off boxes all over the place. Instead they have like four or something, but you can always mail it in for about a dollar in stamps. Doesn’t make sense; you would think they’d be willing to pick em up at your house.

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