Ten percent of ballots back
July 27th, 2012 - 5:00pm
(Port Angeles) -- About ten percent of the ballots are back for next month's primary in Clallam County.
Clallam County auditor Patty Rosand says her office has received about 46-hundred ballots back. Just under 46-thousand were sent out last week.
Ballots must be returned or postmarked by August 7th to be valid.
The primary is winnowing down a race between five candidates for Clallam County commissioner. The top-two voter getters regardless of party will advance. Clallam residents are also paring down a list of four Superior Court Judge candidates. Clallam voters also are voting in the primary for a new US Congressman to represent the sixth congressional district.
In Port Angeles, voters are being asked to decide a four-million dollar bond issue for repairing Civic Field. Sequim voters are being asked to approve a sales tax increase to fund a new police station.
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