There are at least six more ballots to be counted in Brinnon and Quilcene school elections, Jefferson County Elections Coordinator Karen Cartmel said Tuesday.
But by Friday, certification day, the ballot tally might be as great as 11.
Most of the remaining ballots are from Brinnon, where the district’s $463,041 replacement levy is obtaining the needed 60 percent supermajority to pass by just two votes, 325 in favor to 212 against.
One of the Brinnon votes has a “questionable signature,” meaning it may have to go to the canvassing board to decide validity. Two more Brinnon votes lack signatures altogether.
For Quilcene’s School Board redistricting plan, two ballots may have to go to the canvassing board Friday. That vote is passing by a wide margin — 75.06 percent to 24.94 percent.Voters who placed ballots with signature problems have until Thursday to contact the auditor’s office to fix them.