Nearly 130,000 Thurston County residents can expect to receive a voter pamphlet with information on both local and statewide issues for the Nov. 3 election.
The guide includes information about statewide initiatives, advisory votes, local candidates and ballot measures, voter registration, how to return a ballot and the 2016 presidential primary.
In Thurston County, 95 candidates will appear on the ballot, along with ballot measures for the city of Olympia, Griffin School District and South Bay Fire Protection District.
The voter pamphlet is also available online at thurstonvotes.org.
Lewis County is not mailing pamphlets, but has an online voter guide with candidate statements and information on local and state issues. It is available at lewiscountywa.gov/auditor by selecting “Election Center.”