The Washington County voters' pamphlet. Photo: Chas Hundley
WASHINGTON COUNTY - Voters' pamphlets for the upcoming November 5 special district election have all been mailed, but for those in the bounds of this newspaper's territory, there won't be a ballot following it.
For readers in Banks, Buxton, and Timber, there's simply nothing on the ballot to vote for.
Between the more well-known election years on the even numbered years, there are a variety of primary and special district elections, but with no terms up for fire and school board positions, no county-wide measures or levies, and nothing on the city docket within Banks, the voters' pamphlet — mailed by the Washington County Elections Division to every household in the county, whether they like it or not — has information about neighboring cities and school district, especially for those within . . .
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