Whatcom County Ag Needs Your Vote

WCCD_LogoCowPasture_thumb.jpgDid you know there’s a countywide election happening in this March? Did you know that to vote in this election you need to request a ballot, or show up on election day to participate? Did you know what the make up of these public members are and how they are selected to have a seat on this Board?

The Whatcom County Conservation District oversees millions of our tax dollars to insure that best farming practices are used to keep Whatcom County farms productive. Two of the board members are appointed by the sitting governor of Washington State (aka. Gov. Inslee) and three of the board members are elected by you, the Voters of Whatcom County.Farmers Mkt

Please take a moment to read the info I’ve posted below, or click the link to the Whatcom Conservation District’s website here: Election Link

Board Elections

Whatcom Conservation District (District) Supervisor Election; Notice of Election

An election for one seat on the District Board will be held on Tuesday, March 15, 2016 at the District’s office at 6975 Hannegan Road, Lynden. Polls will be open between 9:00 am and 6:00 pm.   All registered voters residing within Whatcom County may vote in person at that date, place, and time or by mail.  Mail-in ballots are only available upon request which must be made no later than 4:00 pm on February 16, 2016.

Request a Ballot Here

Candidate Information

Click on the candidates name below to see their bio and candidate statement.

Roderic Perry

Theresa Sygitowicz

Richard Yoder

Contact Us

Requests for mail-in ballots, candidate filing materials, or other election information can be made on-line, by phone (360-526-2381 x 101) or at the District office.

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