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Voters' Guide

In the weeks leading up to an election statements promoting or opposing City Office candidates and ballot issues can be found in the Voters' Guide menu option to the left. Pictures and Video statements are also available some years. This guide is the same information found in the paper Voters' Pamphlet mailed to all City households before an election.

Campaign Finance Disclosure

You are in the best place to learn about the financing of City of Seattle Election Campaigns. Campaigns for City Office and City Ballot Issues are required by State and City law to disclose information about their contributions, expenditures and financial condition. You can view this information by clicking the appropriate menu option on the left of this page:

  • Campaigns - A list of registered campaigns promoting or opposing City candidates or ballot issues.
  • Disclosure Reports - The raw data -- electronic copies of disclosure reports filed with the City.
  • Charts & Graphs - Summarized financial data for City campaigns -- Total Contributions, Contributions by Neighborhood, etc...
  • Lists - Lists of contributors to City campaigns.
  • Searches - Search for the name of a contributor or vendor.

Voting, Absentee Ballots and Vote Results

Please contact King County Elections.

Campaign Finance Regulations

If you want to learn more about campaign finance regulations or the City's electronic filing program please click on Info for Filers on the left. This will include the City's campaign finance law, SEEC rules & advisory opinions, a filing calendar and other information to help campaigns comply with campaign finance regulations.

Public Financing Task Force

On May 12, 2008, the City Council adopted Resolution 31061, establishing a Campaign Public Financing Advisory Committee. The Committee was charged with developing a recommendation for a proposed model for publicly financing local election campaigns in Seattle. The results of the committee's work (now concluded) and related information can be found here:

Further Information

Please contact us with any questions you may have.

 



 
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Active
2014
Campaigns

 
Props 1A/1B - PreSchool
QualityPreK 
YesEarlySucces 
STBD Prop 1 - Metro Funding
Yes4SeaTransit 
Proposed Monorail Authority
CenTransAuthCm 
CentTranCo 
LetsNotRepeat 
Seattle Parks District
ParksForAll 
OurParks 
I-111--Reg TNCs
Yes!Rideshare 
I-113-116
VOTE15 
I-117 and I-118 Transit Levies
KeepSeaMvg 
I-120 - TNCs
Repeal124441 
I-104 - $15 MinWage -withdrawn
$15WageInit. 
Ref. on Ord. #124490-MinWage
Yes4Seattle 
ForwardSeattle 



Active
2015
Campaigns

 
City Council Position 1
Ishii 
Rasmussen 
Redmond 
City Council Position 2
Harrell 
Morales 
City Council Position 3
Sawant 
City Council Position 4
Godden 
Maddux 
City Council Position 5
Brown 
Watkins 
City Council Position 7
Bagshaw 
City Council Position 8
Burgess 
City Council Position 9
Clark 
City Council Position Undsgntd
Hofman 
Viaduct Park
ParkMyViaduct 

 
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