Get to know the candidates | IN OUR OPINION

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They want to represent you in the halls of county government, in the state Legislature and in Congress.

“They” are the candidates in the Aug. 5 Primary Election. The top two vote-getters in the primary will advance to the Nov. 4 General Election. The winners will be empowered to make decisions on your behalf on issues of state and national importance, and on issues affecting public services in our county.

Get to know the candidates so you can make an educated vote on Aug. 5.  Several Primary Election candidate forums are scheduled this month.

The League of Women Voters of Kitsap County has scheduled the following candidate forums in the Norm Dicks Government Center, 345 Sixth St., Bremerton. According to the league, “All interested citizens are invited to attend and to bring their questions for the candidates.”

The forums will be recorded for later broadcast on BKAT and will also be viewable on the league’s website: www.lwv-kitsap.org.

Of local interest:

• July 22, 6:30 p.m.: Prosecuting attorney candidate Bruce Danielson, Russell Hauge, Tina Robinson, Bob Scales.

• July 22, 7:30 p.m.: County assessor candidates Paul Andrews, Phil Cook, W. Sean Smith, Gary Sobeck.

The League of Women Voters of Washington has also put online its 2014 Primary Election edition of www.VOTE411.org, the league’s nonpartisan election resource.

Described as a “one-stop-shop” for election information, it provides simple tools to voters navigating the voting process for the Primary Election.

VOTE411.org provides detailed candidate information, including candidates’ direct responses to issue-related questions, for every candidate race and ballot issue in the state. Users can visit www.VOTE411.org and enter their address to find information from the candidates they will see on their ballot and compare candidates side by side.



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