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Depending on where you live, you may have one of the below school district races on your ballot.

  • VOTE YES

    Vote YES for Marysville schools and students

  • The Marysville School District board of directors has proposed a renewal of the expiring education programs and operations levy to continue providing a quality education for all students. If passed, the funds would provide opportunities and services not paid for by the state, such as school supplies, technology, building maintenance, transportation, and more. Local advocates have expressed concern that essential school staff may be laid off for lack of funding if this levy fails. 

    At a rate of $1.67 per $1,000 of assessed value from 2024 to 2027, the proposed levy is 68 cents less than the current and expiring rate. This new rate would cost the owner of a median $600,000 home about $1,002 a year. 

    Fully funding our students' needs sets them up for academic success today and career and higher education success tomorrow. Vote yes on Proposition No. 1 for the students of the Marysville School District.
    The Marysville School District board of directors has proposed a renewal of the expiring education programs and operations levy to continue providing a quality education for all students. If passed, the funds would provide opportunities and services not paid for by the state, such as school supplies, technology, building maintenance, transportation, and more. Local advocates have expressed concern that essential school staff may be laid off for lack of funding if this levy fails. 

    At a rate of $1.67 per $1,000 of assessed value from 2024 to 2027, the proposed levy is 68 cents less than the current and expiring rate. This new rate would cost the owner of a median $600,000 home about $1,002 a year. 

    Fully funding our students' needs sets them up for academic success today and career and higher education success tomorrow. Vote yes on Proposition No. 1 for the students of the Marysville School District.
  • VOTE YES

    Vote YES to increase Snohonomish Regional Fire's board of commissioners

  • Washington state law requires that a change to the size of a fire district's board of commissioners must be put to a public vote. 

    In 2019, more than 80 percent of voters approved a merger of several fire districts to increase training efficiencies, collaborate on training, and improve responses to large-scale emergencies. Snohomish Regional Fire and Rescue is the result of these mergers of Monroe Fire District 3, Snohomish Fire District 7, and Lake Stevens Fire. The board size increased from five to seven commissioners to continue representing the entire district. 

    With 160,000 residents across greater Monroe, Clearview, and Lake Stevens, a larger board helps reflect the entire breadth of people and businesses. This change also brings Snohomish in line with the larger board sizes of nearby districts, such as South County Fire and North County Fire in Snohomish County, Eastside Fire, and Puget Sound Fire in King County. Vote yes on Proposition No. 1 to maintain a seven-person board of commissioners for Snohomish Regional Fire and Rescue.
    Washington state law requires that a change to the size of a fire district's board of commissioners must be put to a public vote. 

    In 2019, more than 80 percent of voters approved a merger of several fire districts to increase training efficiencies, collaborate on training, and improve responses to large-scale emergencies. Snohomish Regional Fire and Rescue is the result of these mergers of Monroe Fire District 3, Snohomish Fire District 7, and Lake Stevens Fire. The board size increased from five to seven commissioners to continue representing the entire district. 

    With 160,000 residents across greater Monroe, Clearview, and Lake Stevens, a larger board helps reflect the entire breadth of people and businesses. This change also brings Snohomish in line with the larger board sizes of nearby districts, such as South County Fire and North County Fire in Snohomish County, Eastside Fire, and Puget Sound Fire in King County. Vote yes on Proposition No. 1 to maintain a seven-person board of commissioners for Snohomish Regional Fire and Rescue.