April 23 Special Election: Have You Turned in Your Ballot Yet?

Residents in the King County Fire Protection District No. 44 service area are considering a four-year levy proposal in this special election.

Ballots are due at 8 p.m. on Tuesday, April 23 for the special election. In our area, residents in the King County Fire Protection District No. 44 service area (also known as Mountain View Fire and Rescue) as asking voters to consider a proposed four-year levy to sustain current service levels in the district. Click here for more details.

Ballots were mailed on April 3.

If you haven't done so already, there are a few ways to return your completed ballot:

  • By mail: Ballots require first class postage and have to be postmarked by April 23
  • Drop it off: Ballots can be dropped off for free by 8 p.m. on April 23

If you need help, visit the accessible voting center at King County Elections in Renton (details above).

Visit www.KCFD44.org to find facts related to this ballot issue.

Additional questions can be directed to Chief Greg Smith at 253 735 0284 or email questions to info@KCFD44.org, Chief Smith will reply back personally to any questions related to the ballot measure. 

Chief Smith April 21, 2013 at 04:07 PM
Thanks April Should voters have a question about the ballot issue or Fire District 44, please call me at 253 735 0284 or email me at info@kcfd44.org. As we have needed to layoff our office staff, you may need to leave a message but I will return your call ASAP. Thank you for your support if you have already mailed your ballot in, we appreciate it! This issue will determine your future emergency fire and medical service we can provide and if approved will maintain current levels of service and response times. I encourage everyone to visit our web page and be an informed voter on this issue. Chief Smith
Chief Smith April 23, 2013 at 06:36 PM
A reminder that today is the last day to cast your ballot on this issue. Ballots need to be postmarked today to be eligible for counting. Fire District 44 encourages voters to be informed voters and to be an involved voter in all local and regional issues.


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