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Thousands of primary ballots hit the mail Wednesday

July 15th, 2014 - 5:13am

(Port Angeles) Ė Tomorrow (Wednesday) is the day Clallam County will mail out the 2014 Primary Election ballots.

The County Auditorís office will be mailing ballots to the 46-thousand-577 registered voters in Clallam County.

553 ballots were sent to military and overseas voters on June 19th.

While all voters will get to vote on State Legislators and Prosecuting Attorney, only those voters in Commissioner District 3 will get to nominate the two candidates to appear on the November ballot for County Commissioner.

The entire county will vote for a new commissioner in November.

While voters may have seen and heard of other races, they are for non-partisan offices and had less than three candidates file for office, which eliminated the need for a Primary election.

All four offices in the Primary are partisan offices.

Three precincts will have a Precinct Committee Officer election on their ballot.

All voters should have received ballots by Monday, July 21st.

If a ballot is not received, they should contact the Auditorís Office at 417-2217 for a replacement ballot or come to the Auditorís office in the Courthouse.

Ballots must be voted and mailed or placed in a ballot drop box no later than August 5th.

Information on candidates may be obtained by visiting the on-line voters guide at www.clallam.net/elections.

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