Forum on presidential primary Feb. 12


January 31, 2024

The Local Journalism Committee of the League of Women Voters of Skagit County is planning four presentations to further public knowledge about elections. Each of the events will be open to the public. There will not be any speeches by any candidates.

The first includes Gabrielle Clay, Skagit County supervisor of the elections office. She will explain Washington state’s process of the Presidential Preference Primary– how the ballot is created, how the votes are counted and what the parties do afterward. It is Monday, Feb. 12, 6:30-8 p.m. at the PUD Conference Room. The Democratic and Repulcan parties are invited to explain how they respond to the results.

An April forum is on Media Literacy. It will be a discussion of how to identify information and disinformation.

The June topic is Ballot Basics, covering fromcreating the ballot through voting through the counting process, including ballot security.

In September the theme is Free Speech and Civil Discourse.

Source: Skagit League of Women Voters


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