Undecided about Nov. 7 election? Deadline fast approaching — and we can help

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Ballots must be dropped before 8 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 7.

We’ve created the pages through the links below devoted to video interviews and candidate forums we’ve recorded.

Lynnwood voters face decisions in races for mayor, City Council positions and School Board positions.

You can also reach any of these pages from the “Election 2017 Resources” drop-down menu at the top of the Lynnwood Today home page.

Above all, please remember to vote. Ballots are due by Nov. 7. Nearby drop boxes are available outside the Lynnwood City Hall (19100 44th Ave. W.), near the Edmonds Library (650 Main St., Edmonds) and in the Mountlake Terrace Civic Center (near the intersection of 232nd Street Southwest and 58th Avenue West).

General Election Information
Mayor Candidate Interviews
City Council Candidate Interviews
School Board Candidate Interviews
Candidate Forum Video

2 COMMENTS

  1. Ted Hikel distributed election propaganda again this year, calling it “Lynnwood News & Views”.
    It should be titled “Ted Hikel Propaganda”.

    • Last time it worked and his candidates are okay with using racism of bashing a culture in order to get votes. Sick.

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