Here is information we posted prior to the November 2016 election about timing and voting:
Why run the bond in November? Three reasons:
- Higher than average voter turnout is expected, due to the presidential election, so more community members will participate in the decision.
- Sharing the ballot with other measures reduces the costs the district must pay the county for the election.
- With construction costs rising, the sooner construction begins the less expensive it will be.
- In Washington, a school bond measure must be approved by 60 percent of the vote.
- All voting in Washington is done by mail.
- Ballots are mailed about three weeks prior to an election day.
- Ballots must be returned by November 8.
Register to Vote
There are three ways to register to vote in King County:
Remember to Vote
Tuesday, November 8, is Election Day. Highline Public Schools has one proposition on the ballot. We encourage all registered voters to remember to vote. If you vote by mail, ballots must be postmarked no later than November 8. Or, you may turn in your mail ballot on or before November 8 at a ballot drop-off location. Click here
for a list of ballot drop-off location in King County.