Fund Pre-Paid Postage on Ballots

A few weeks ago, we asked you to contact your King County Councilmember to ask that they fund prepaid postage on all King County ballots. The good news is that we're almost there - funding has passed out of committee. However, we're not there yet. This is expected to come up for a vote at the full Council on Monday. We need you to follow up with your Councilmember and ask them to vote to fund postage on ballots.
https://kingcounty.gov/council/news/Coming_Up.aspx

Action: E-mail the King County Council asking that they fund prepaid postage on ballots.

Send an e-mail to your Councilmember asking them to approve funding for postage paid return envelopes for ballots. You can find your County Councilmember at https://kingcounty.gov/council/councilmembers/find_district.aspx, or e-mail the entire Council at council@kingcounty.gov.

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