Greetings Sequim School Supporters!
Citizens for Sequim Schools (CFSS) held the first Board meeting of the 2016-17 fiscal year on July 21st. Congratulations go out to President Brian Kuh, Vice President Brandino Gibson, Treasurer Robert Streett, and Secretary Candi Hayden.
We also added two Sequim School District Board Liaisons – Dr. Heather Short, and Michael Howe.
The rest of the board consists of Brian Garrett, Mike McAleer, Jodi Minker, Jason Morgan, Michelle Rhodes, and Shenna Younger. These people bring a variety of backgrounds, experience and community connections that will serve this board well during the next year.
How to register to vote in Washington
- Register to vote online at the Secretary of State website.
- Register to vote when completing a transaction at any driver licensing office.
You can register to vote if you are:
- A citizen of the United States.
- A legal resident of Washington State and have lived at your address for at least 30 days before the election.
- At least 18 years old when you vote.
- Not under Department of Corrections supervision for a Washington felony conviction.
- Not disqualified from voting due to a court order.
Moving within Washington? Update your voter registration
If you move to a new address in Washington State, you’ll need to update your voter registration before you can vote.
- Update your voter registration while completing a transaction at any driver licensing office.
- Contact your county auditor by mail, email, or phone.
Who Can and Who Can’t Vote
Who Can Vote?
You can vote in U.S. elections if you:
- Are a U.S. citizen
- Meet your state’s residency requirements
o You can be homeless and still meet these requirements.
- Are 18 years old on or before Election Day
o You can register to vote before you turn 18 if you will be 18 by Election Day. Check your state’s registration age requirements.
- Register to vote by your state’s voter registration deadline
o The one exception is for residents of North Dakota, which doesn’t have voter registration.
Who CAN’T Vote?
- Non-citizens, including permanent legal residents
- For President in the general election: U.S. citizens residing in U.S. territories
- Some people with felony convictions. Rules vary by state. Check with your state elections office about the laws in your state.
- Some people who are mentally incapacitated. Rules vary by state.
Thank you. Your continued support and involvement are appreciated and needed!
“Upon the subject of education, not presuming to dictate any plan or system respecting it, I can only say that I view it as the most important subject which we as a people can be engaged in.” – Abraham Lincoln