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Originally published in the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, October 11, 1890

Elections-VotingNotice is hereby given that on Tuesday, November 4th, A.D. 1890, in each precinct in the county of King, an election will he held for State, District, County, and Precinct officers to wit:

ONE REPRESENTATIVE to the United States Congress.
ONE SENATOR for each Senatorial District.
TWO REPRESENTATIVES for each Representative District, except the Forty-third, which will have three Representatives.
TWO SUPERIOR COURT JUDGES.
PROSECUTING ATTORNEY.
COUNTY CLERK.
COUNTY AUDITOR.
COUNTY TREASURER.
COUNTY SHERIFF.
COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS.
COUNTY ASSESSOR.
COUNTY SURVEYOR.
COUNTY CORONER.
COUNTY WRECKMASTER.
THREE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.
ONE CONSTABLE, except Seattle, which will have two.

Which election will be opened at 9 o’clock in the morning and will continue until 7 o’clock in the afternoon of the same day.

W.R. FORREST,
County Auditor. (more…)

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