Conservation District voting begins

In one of the first elections of its kind in the United State, King Conservation District has launched an internet-based election al-lowing voters to cast their ballots online from home, business or other computer locations.

Online voting takes place over a 30-day period starting Tuesday, Feb. 15, through 9 p.m. March 15.

Visit for links to application forms and information on the election. Individuals registered to vote in King County are eligible to vote.

The conservation district focuses on delivering natural resources information and technical assistance to landowners within its boundaries (most of King County).

Four candidates are in the field for the district’s board of supervisors (position No. 2). They are: Douglas “Bruce” Elliott, Kent; Teri Herrera, Redmond; Eric K. Nelson, Duvall, and Preston Prudente of Sammamish.

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