Election 2009: Just a few more hours to vote

That dropbox outside the Delridge Neighborhood Service Center at 5405 Delridge (map) is the one place in West Seattle you can take your ballot all the way up till 8 tonight. If you get there before 7, go inside for the Voters’ Open House and meet folks like Delridge District Coordinator Ron Angeles (left in the photo below) – cookies, coffee, and tote bags while they last.

Just before sunset, we went out to look for afternoon sign-waving (here’s who we found this morning) – nobody in Admiral when we went through; on the Fauntleroy walkover, we found county assessor candidate Bob Rosenberger with supporters:

And at 35th/Fauntleroy, kitty-corner from where West Seattle-residing King County Council Chair/County Executive candidate Dow Constantine campaigned this morning, a supporter of his opponent Susan Hutchison stood with signs this afternoon:

Here’s the schedule for results tonight: King County plans just ONE release of results, around 8:15 pm. We will have all the major results here on the WSB main page, along with coverage from some of the biggest Election Night events, including the Constantine party at the Edgewater downtown, and the Approve Referendum 71 party on Capitol Hill. (They’ve also announced they’ll have a live video stream online – here’s a link.)

4 Replies to "Election 2009: Just a few more hours to vote"

  • Diane November 3, 2009 (5:48 pm)

    wow, brave lady

  • zero-to-life in West Seattle November 3, 2009 (6:44 pm)

    Diane, I had a similar thought when I saw her this afternoon “Wow lady, you’re in Dow Country”. Heeheehee. I admire the commitment.

  • mark November 3, 2009 (6:45 pm)

    Remember, 30% of the country still thinks Bush (the second) was a great President…

  • zero-to-life in West Seattle November 3, 2009 (6:53 pm)

    Good point mark. I know alot of King County is not pro-Dow. I was merely referring to how well-known his name is in the West Seattle community. I am clearly an easily amused person : )

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