Clallam: Primary election deadline draws closer

PORT ANGELES — Tuesday is the last chance for Clallam County voters to have their say on a proposed sales tax increase, a maintenance and operations levy and a three-way race for Position 2 on the Clallam County Public Utility District board of directors.

In the remaining races, both candidates automatically will proceed to the November general election — but they’re on the primary ballot as an early gauge of voter opinion.

Clallam County voters have until Tuesday to mail in their ballots or return them to the county auditor’s office in the County Courthouse, 223 E. Fourth St., Port Angeles; Sequim Motor Vehicle Licensing Office, 1001 E. Washington St.; or Forks District Court, 500 E. Division St.

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