This November, Issaquah voters will decide on Issaquah traffic improvements.
To prepare for the election and educate voters about the issue, we're seeking community members to serve on pro and con committees.
The pro and con committees will consist of members of the public who agree to write a statement in favor of or in opposition to the ballot measure. That information will then be included in the King County Local Voters' Pamphlet that is mailed to voters before the election.
There is a limit of up to three members per committee.
If you’re interested, please submit your name and information by 5 p.m. July 27, 2016.
The pro and con committees agree to submit statements in favor of and in opposition to the ballot measure for the local voters' pamphlet. They are also responsible for following all guidelines and submitting pro and con statements by Aug. 11, and rebuttal statements by Aug. 15.
Voters will decide on the $49.56 million bond measure as part of the Nov. 8, 2016, general election ballot.