General Election Information Available Online

Ballots for the November 5th General Election were mailed to registered voters this week. The ballot includes two statewide initiatives, a dozen advisory votes and a proposed Constitutional Amendment along with local measures and races. More information on these issues and measures plus statements from candidates can be found online. Click here.

For those in the City of Shelton, MasonWebTV Powered by HCC broadcast the Shelton-Mason County Chamber of Commerce City Council Candidates’ forum.

The League of Women Voters of Mason County also invited the candidates for Shelton City Council and the contested race for Shelton School Board to speak at their recent meeting. Click here.

The North Mason Chamber of Commerce held an informational meeting on North Mason Regional Fire Authority’s bond to construct a new headquarters.

MasonWebTV Powered by HCC was one of two people to attend a recent community forum for the Pioneer School District’s Capital Levy to share costs of expanding Shelton High School.

Another forum on the levy will be held at 6 PM Wednesday, October 30th at the Pioneer School District Office, 112 E. Spencer Lake Road.

Ballots need to be returned to the Mason County Auditor’s Office by 8 PM on election day.

Ballot drop boxes are located in front of Mason County’s Building 1 (411 N. 5th St. in Shelton); at the John L. Scott Building (23910 NE State Route 3 in Belfair); Horton Community Center (4350 Grapeview Loop Rd in Grapeview); Hood Canal Visitor Center (150 N. Lake Cushman Rd in Hoodsport); Mason County Fire District 4 Station in Kamilche (3660 SE Old Olympic Hwy); the Port of Allyn (18560 E. State Route 3 in Allyn); Shelton Timberland Library (710 W. Alder in Shelton); and at the Chevron Station in Union (1031 E. McReavy Rd in Union).

If mailing in your ballot, no postage is required. However, for your ballot to be counted, it must be postmarked on or before November 5, 2019.