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Special election turnout for King County 34 percent

King County Elections certified the April 17 Special Election today, with final election results available on the County’s web site. More than 80,000 voters (34 percent) cast ballots, meeting the projected turnout of 34 percent. The County mailed ballots to nearly 240,000 voters.

 

The next election will be the August 7 Primary.  Register to vote by mail or online atwww.kingcounty.gov/elections by July 9 to participate in the August election. The in-person voter registration deadline for the Primary Election is July 30.  Registered voters should keep their name and address updated with Elections.

 

April 2012 Special Election: By the numbers

 

Ballots issued................................... 239,254

 

Ballots returned.................................. 80,443

 

Ballots counted................................... 78,773

 

Discrepancies............................................... 0

 

Ballots cast on AVUs................................... 6

 

Ballots returned at drop boxes............ 6,373

 

Signature challenge ballots................ 1,851

 

Challenged ballots cured.................... 1,086

 

Returned too late..................................... 703

 

Returned as undeliverable................. 1,426

 

Calls to voter hotline............................ 1,220

 

Emails to Voter Services......................... 183

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