Tag Archives: 2017 primary

Vote! Ballots are due Tuesday + Where candidates stand on transportation

Don’t procrastinate any longer. It’s time to make a choice and get your ballot in the mail or a (postage-free) nearby dropbox. If you are registered to vote but have lost your ballot, you can still vote! Follow the instructions here … Continue reading

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I want to endorse Nikkita Oliver, but she says she may pause downtown bike lanes and the Missing Link

Seattle Bike Blog has not yet endorsed in the mayoral race. See our coverage of the June mayoral forum on transportation and housing here. The August 1 primary ballots are in the mail. When I received Nikkita Oliver’s answers to … Continue reading

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Replay and recap: City Council Position 8 transportation and housing forum

Your ballot will arrive in your mailbox within a week or so, and you only have until August 1 to figure out who you’re going to vote for. Online registration and address changing already ended, but you have until July … Continue reading

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Replay and recap: The Mayoral transportation and housing forum

Did you know there’s a primary August 1? That’s not very far away. So if you haven’t been paying attention to the open Seattle Mayoral and City Council Position 8 races, now is the time to get caught up. The … Continue reading

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Thursday forum will test mayor/Council hopefuls on transportation and housing in a growing Seattle

Though transportation is always an important issue in local elections, Seattle has passed a lot of major funding initiatives on the city, regional and statewide levels in recent years. With such major votes finally in the rearview mirror, other issues … Continue reading

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