Elections Coordinator Betty Johnson and Julian Arthur work to verify signatures on ballots and check to see if they are marked properly. As of Friday, only 27 percent of ballots were returned in the special election that will decide two Port Townsend school levies and the annexation of Port Townsend into East Jefferson Fire Rescue District 1. (Jeannie McMacken/Peninsula Daily News)

Elections Coordinator Betty Johnson and Julian Arthur work to verify signatures on ballots and check to see if they are marked properly. As of Friday, only 27 percent of ballots were returned in the special election that will decide two Port Townsend school levies and the annexation of Port Townsend into East Jefferson Fire Rescue District 1. (Jeannie McMacken/Peninsula Daily News)

Ballot returns near 30 percent in special Jefferson election

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