Video Voters’ Guide - November 8, 2022 General Election

Video Voters’ Guide - City of Seattle
Video Voters’ Guide - King County

Welcome to the 2022 King County & Seattle General Election Video Voters' Guide, your chance to hear directly from the participants appearing on the November 8 ballot. Statements are up to two minutes long and unedited. All candidates were invited to record a statement. This guide includes statements from candidates running for King County Prosecuting Attorney, Seattle Municipal Court Judges Positions 3 and 7, as well as supporters and opponents of King County Charter Amendment 1 (Even-Numbered Election Years for Certain County Offices), King County Proposition 1 (Conservation Futures Levy), and City of Seattle Proposition Nos. 1A and 1B.

This is an all-mail election. Instead of going to a polling place, ballots will be sent to all registered voters. You may return your ballot by mail, or by returning it to one of the ballot drop box locations around King County. King County residents can locate their congressional, legislative, county council and city council voting districts using the "Find My Districts" tool on the King County Elections website. The Video Voters' Guide is a collaboration of Seattle Ethics and Elections Commission
Seattle Channeland King County TV. For more information, please visit King County Elections.

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