Register now to vote in the February 12 special election for Puyallup schools; the deadline to register is Mon., Jan. 14. All registrations must be postmarked by this date.
Voter registration forms are available at each of the Puyallup School District’s 32 schools, the school district’s Education Service Center, public libraries, staffed fire stations in unincorporated Pierce County, city clerks’ offices, most state offices, and the Pierce County Elections Division.
Pierce County residents not yet registered to vote in Washington who miss the mail-in or online deadlines can register in person from January 15 through February 4. Click to register online. A valid Washington state driver’s license or Washington state-issued identification card is required to register online.
In-person voter registration is done at the Pierce County Elections Division, 2501 South 35th St., Suite C, Tacoma.
To register to vote in Pierce County, applicants must be:
- At least 18 years old by election day.
- A United States citizen and legal Pierce County resident.
- Not under the authority of the Department of Corrections.
- Not disqualified from voting due to a court order.
Click to access forms on the internet or call the Pierce County Elections Division at (253) 868-8683.
If registering by mail and it is the first time registering to vote in Pierce County, applicants must list on the form Washington state driver’s license or
the last four digits of their Social Security number.
ABOUT THE PUYALLUP SCHOOLS ELECTION
The Puyallup School Board unanimously agreed to ask voters to return to the election polls on February 12, 2013 to consider a school bond to address continued facility and technology needs districtwide.
If approved, Puyallup schools will receive the following upgrades:
- Replace two elementary schools
- Construct an elementary school in the southwest area
- Expand or remodel other elementary schools
- Construct a new track and field at Edgemont Junior High
- Expand or remodel Rogers, Emerald Ridge, and Puyallup high schools
- Technology improvements to provide students remote access of virtual computers, improve wireless network capacity for staff and students, and purchase student computer equipment and classroom equipment to bring consistency among schools
- Other capital improvements
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