Are you looking for a way to serve your community? San Juan County Elections is looking for persons with disabilities and providers of services to persons with disabilities to serve on the Disability Advisory Committee.
Washington State Law requires every county to have a Disability Advisory Committee. The committee must include persons with disabilities and may include any interested person. One purpose of the Disability Advisory Committee is to provide input to the county elections department regarding accommodations to ensure equal access to voters with disabilities. The objective is to ensure that all voters can vote independently and privately.
San Juan County’s Disability Advisory Committee meeting will be on June 29 at 9 am via Microsoft Teams (Click here to join the meeting).
If you are interested, please contact the San Juan County Elections office at (360) 378-3357 or email@example.com.
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