Elections

We are excited to see all the great Republican candidates who have filed for office in 2022! You can view a list of Endorsed and Certified Republican Candidates here: Kitsap County Republican Party Candidates
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This past February, the Central Kitsap School District (CKSD) sponsored a special election to put in place a new levy to replace its rolling two-year temporary levy, which expires this year. This levy costs taxpayers around $20 million per year and is described by CKSD as funding student enrichment: primarily arts, athletics, and clubs (outside the school
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Over and over again I have heard voters ask why they should bother turning in their ballot. They think their vote doesn’t count. They don’t believe every vote matters. Below are some modern-day examples from our area of why your vote does matter. Why every vote counts. Why you should always turn in your ballot.
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Dear Voter, Off-year elections (e.g. odd numbered years) are often ignored by voters. These ballots are filled with mostly non-partisan positions, which makes it more difficult to know how to vote. These races, however, are important and the experience gained by candidates and elected officials filling these positions often leads to higher office. The people
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Dear Voter, Off-year elections (e.g. odd numbered years) are often ignored by voters. These ballots are filled with mostly non-partisan positions, which makes it more difficult to know how to vote. These races, however, are important and the experience gained by candidates and elected officials filling these positions often leads to higher office. The people
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If you are interested in being a ballot monitor in Kitsap County, below are some resources to help you. Many thanks to Vinton Linard, Chuck DeCosta, and the others who did extensive research in order to produce this guide. Guide for Monitoring the Balloting Operation Ballot Monitor Guide Ballot Counting Process Summary Last updated 11/6/2021
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