November 4th Morning Update: Election results will be updated as they become available. There are still lots of votes to be counted.
Election results will be made official when they are certified on November 24, 2009.
- Island Couty - Election Results
- Snohomish County - Unofficial Election Results
- Combined Results
- Sno-Isle Libraries Election Results Page
Election Day has arrived!
November 3rd has come along, and today we have the chance to help our libraries continue provide the much needed services that our communities need and have come to depend on. Remember to vote Yes for Libraries today, tell your friends and family and thank everyone for their support.
Our libraries are one of the most essential parts of our communities, constantly encouraging education and information.
Take the time to view the Sno-Isle Libraries website, remind yourself all there is to offer at your local library: from storytimes for children, valuable databases filled with information, mobile services, the enormous selection of material available in the catalog, to the simple act of providing something enjoyable to read.
Our libraries need our help, and today we can provide it.
Voters' Pamphlets should be in mailboxes around Snohomish County! Page 30 of Edition 2 has the information regarding the Sno-Isle Libraries District Proposition 1, Levy Rate Proposition. The pamphlets are also available online.
What can you get for $10 a month?
Two lattes, plus tip
One seat to one regular priced movie
One paperback at Half Price Books
Two hours of parking in downtown Seattle
A great library with more than 1.3 million books and other items for check out, computers to use, online databases, programs to help children learn.
On November 3, you have the chance to make sure your library system continues doing all that it does for the community today, by voting YES to increase the Sno-Isle Libraries levy rate by 9 cents.
With Sno-Isle Libraries, you have:
- Access to 1.3 million books, DVDs, CDs, and other items
- Online databases to help with your job search
- Early literacy programs to help children learn as they grow, and
- Much more at 21 community libraries
Vote YES for Libraries on November 3 to maintain our public libraries services with a 9 cent levy rate increase.