Auditor’s Office Seeks Citizens to Serve on ‘Against’ Committees for Primary Ballot Measures

By Nisqually Valley News staff
Posted 5/17/22

The Thurston County Auditor’s Office is on the hunt for folks who can serve on “for” and “against” committees for measures which will appear on the ballot in …

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Auditor’s Office Seeks Citizens to Serve on ‘Against’ Committees for Primary Ballot Measures

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The Thurston County Auditor’s Office is on the hunt for folks who can serve on “for” and “against” committees for measures which will appear on the ballot in August’s primary election.

Committee members will provide written arguments for or against ballot measures that will appear in the local voters’ pamphlet.

Specifically, the office is in need of against committee members on the following topics: Thurston County Fire Protection District No. 9 (McLane Black Lake) Proposition No. 1, a  levy lid lift; West Thurston Regional Fire Authority (Rochester) Proposition No. 1, a property tax levy for maintenance and operation expenses; and West Thurston Regional Fire Authority (Littlerock) Proposition No. 1, a property tax levy for maintenance and operation expenses.



Committee member names must be submitted to the auditor’s office by noon on Friday, May 20, via email to pamphlet@co.thurston.wa.us or by calling 360-786-5408 to arrange  a time to drop off forms.

To learn what must be submitted for consideration as a committee member, go to the “Candidates and Jurisdictions” section online at http://thurstonwavotes.gov/.

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