February 14, 2023 special election voter registration deadlines

Beginning Friday (Jan. 27), Clark County Elections will mail ballots to all eligible registered voters residing within the city of Vancouver, Vancouver School District, Washougal School District and Woodland School District.
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The last day to submit new voter registrations and voter updates to existing registrations online or by mail is 5 p.m. Mon., Feb. 6

VANCOUVER ‒ Beginning Friday (Jan. 27), Clark County Elections will mail ballots to all eligible registered voters residing within the city of Vancouver, Vancouver School District, Washougal School District and Woodland School District. 

If a voter does not receive a ballot by Thu., Feb. 2, they should contact the Elections Office at (564) 397- 2345 to request a replacement ballot. Although replacement ballots may be requested in person at the Elections Office, staff encourages voters to request a replacement by email or by phone. After Jan. 29, replacement ballots may also be requested or accessed electronically at VoteWA.gov to print out and return by mail or drop box. Email requests should be sent to elections@clark.wa.gov

The mailing address is Clark County Elections Office, PO Box 8815, Vancouver, WA 98666-8815. The last day to submit new voter registrations and voter updates to existing registrations online or by mail is 5 p.m. Mon., Feb. 6. 

Voters may still register and update existing voter registrations after Feb. 6, but must do so in person by 8 p.m. Tue., Feb. 14. 

The Elections Office is located at 1408 Franklin St. in downtown Vancouver and is open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Election Day. 

The process of preparing the ballot tabulation system which produces election results will begin at 7:15 pm on Election Day, Tuesday, Feb. 14. Results will be posted on clarkvotes.org around 8:15 pm. 

An online voters’ guide and a sample ballot listing the ballot measures appearing on the Feb. 14, 2023 Special Election are available at the Elections Office website at clarkvotes.org.


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T J
T J
8 days ago

Make sure you are registered and vote. We need everyone to vote no on school levies until they quit spending our money on inappropriate books and curriculum.

Susan
Susan
2 days ago

No friggin’ way!  Vote NO on both the homelessness levy and the school levy!!!

The city just gave away 2.76 million dollars in tax breaks to one developer, on one project.

When I see this city making everyone pay their full tax bill, only then you can come to me with your hat in hand. Until that happens, this city’s habit of cuttin’ developers a tax break and then shifting the tax burden onto its rank-n-file citizens is going to have repercussions across the board, for every levy or bond.

The city has thrown piles of money at the homeless for the past 7 years and I’m sure not seeing much, if any, improvement. You will never, ever, be able to spend your way out of homelessness. “If you build it, they will come” is being proven in that the more services the city provides, the more there are that need those services.

Jamie Spinelli, city housing czar, and all her minions have built homelessness into a self-sustaining industry! They don’t want to solve the problem; they need the problem to continue to grow, thus ensuring their continued employment, paychecks, and juicy benefits… all courtesy of the rank-n-file citizens.

It’s time this city wakes up and quits chasing unicorns and fairy dust. Rank-n-file citizens are taxed to death already! City leaders need to start listening to the rank-n-file citizens instead of their select few whose pecking order depends on how much money is brought to the city’s table.

As for the Vancouver School District (VSD)… sorry, but I’m not seeing any belt-tightening measures being taken. You know, the same belt-tightening that rank-n-file citizens are doing on every week when they decide to grocery-shop or pay the electric bill. Maybe VSD has cut back and I’m not aware… but that is the very problem. VSD, if they’ve made those “hard decisions,” hasn’t made it known to the rank-n-file citizens. So I’m voting NO.

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