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comment by veen

So if you vote, how many things do you need to vote on exactly? There's four dozen names on that sheet, do you have to vote for a similar amount of positions?





ThurberMingus  ·  384 days ago  ·  link  ·  

My ballot had 38 seats with more than one person running, and one school tax measure.

kleinbl00  ·  384 days ago  ·  link  ·  

If you were a resident of the City of Seattle, you would vote for about fifteen different things on that list. Federal, State, City(all cities have different measures), legislative district (which may or not match your city but probably doesn't), as well as school district and fire district.

It's routine that the ballot you're voting on does not match the ballot the next street over is voting on.

This was tricky in the days before the internet. How do I pick a municipal court judge? But now you just google both assholes and look for the one who wants to "make X great again" and vote against him SO HARD

psychoticmilkman  ·  384 days ago  ·  link  ·  

My ballot had about 8 or so elected positions, 3 propositions and another 10 or so retention positions. Additionally, on the ballot AND envelope AND information sheet that came with all stated in bold letters that I did not have to mark a vote in every category, and that refraining for marking a vote in a category did not invalidate my ballot whatsoever.

tacocat  ·  384 days ago  ·  link  ·  

I voted for like ten sundry elected positions and four ballot measures. It depends on your state and district