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Posted on: January 11, 2022

Four Candidates Running for King Conservation District 2022 Board Election

Photos of four candidates

King Conservation District (KCD) is holding its annual Board Supervisor election January 18, through February 8, 2022. The 2022 election has attracted four candidates for the position. Kirstin Haugen, Barbara Roessler, Dominique Torgerson, and Tripp Williams are all vying for the seat (candidates appear in this order in the photograph accompanying this newsflash). Candidate statements can be found at kingcd.org/elections

Like the last two years, the King Conservation District election will primarily rely on electronic ballot access, with alternative options for printing and mailing in ballots. To increase awareness of the election, KCD will be mailing out over 800,000 postcards to registered voter households in the district with information on how to vote in their board election. These postcards will arrive in mailboxes at the beginning of the voting period. 

Ballots will be available to eligible voters online from January 18, 2022, at 8:00 a.m. through February 8, 2022, at 8:00 p.m. Voters may return ballots electronically through the online ballot access system or print and mail ballots to King County Elections at 919 SW Grady Way, Suite 200, Renton, WA 98057. Mailed ballots must be postmarked by February 8, 2022, and received by February 17, 2022, to be counted. Ballots may also be dropped off at King County Elections at 919 SW Grady Way, Suite 200, Renton, WA 98057. King County Elections will tabulate all ballots and report all results.

KCD is a special purpose district committed to helping people engage in stewardship and conservation of natural resources, serving over two million people in 34 cities and unincorporated King County (excluding the cities of Enumclaw, Federal Way, Milton, Pacific, and Skykomish). KCD assists private residents with forestry management, streamside and shoreline restoration, farm conservation planning, and other environmental efforts. It works with cities and community organizations to support community gardens, urban forest canopy, and local food systems. KCD is funded primarily by a per-parcel assessment fee.

An all-volunteer, five-member Board of Supervisors is responsible for overseeing KCD operations, budget, and setting policy. Voters elect three supervisors, and the Washington State Conservation Commission appoints two supervisors. Supervisors serve three-year terms. 

For more information about the election and candidates, please visit kingcd.org/elections.

Additional elections communications can be found at 

facebook.com/KingConservationDistrict

instagram.com/kingconservationdistrict 

twitter.com/King_CD_WA

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