UPCOMING: North Olympic Peninsula Voter Guide for the Aug. 5 primary election
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And just in time to help voters to decide will be the North Olympic Peninsula Primary Voter Guide 2014, distributed with Friday's Peninsula Daily News.
The Voter Guide is published as a public service of the Peninsula Daily News.
It contains useful information about the candidates in the "top two" primary, including biographical synopses, their answers to issue-oriented questions and their photographs.
An overview of the election's only ballot measure on the North Olympic Peninsula — a proposed levy lid lift by Jefferson County Fire District No. 4 of Brinnon — also is included.
Look for the Primary Voter Guide with Friday's editions — then be sure to vote before the Aug. 5 deadline.
Last modified: July 11. 2014 11:29PM