General Election Candidate Forums Videos
Watch the video recording of the 10/3/18 candidates forum with candidates for Clallam County Director of Community Development, Prosecuting Attorney, and Sheriff.
Watch the video recording of the 10/16/18 candidates forum with candidates for Clallam County District Court 2 Judge and Clallam County Commissioner for District 3.
Watch the video recording of the 10/17/18 candidates forum with candidates for PUD Commissioner and U.S. Representative.
Watch the video recording of the 10/18/18 candidates forum with candidates for District Court 1 Judge and State Representative.
Resources for Students
Youth voter turnout has been declining in recent years. In the 2014 midterm elections, fewer than 20% of eligible voters aged 18-29 cast their vote. Millennials cite a variety of reasons for their dwindling participation. A primary concern is the confusing state-by-state laws that hamper this mobile generation – for example, the complicated voter registration laws that affect out-of-state college students. In the hopes of making the voting process as easy as possible for our nation’s youth, BestColleges.com created a series of guides for the upcoming election season.
- Student Voters Guide:https://www.bestcolleges.com/resources/student-voting-guide/
- Voting in College – Common FAQs: https://www.bestcolleges.com/resources/voting-in-college/
- State-by-State Voter Registration Guide: https://www.bestcolleges.com/resources/voting-by-state/
Clallam County Election Results
Educating Voters: Candidate Forums
The League hosts Voter Forum events and programs to educate voters about candidates in our state and local races.
Monday, July 16 at 6:30 pm, Port Angeles City Council Chambers, 321 E. Fifth St., Port Angeles.
Voting: Why it matters
The leaders we elect make decisions that affect our daily lives. Elections are our chance to stand up for what matters most to us and to have an impact on the issues that affect us, our communities, our families and our future.
Increasing Voter Registration
As the nation’s largest and longest-standing grassroots voter registration organization, the League works year-round to make sure all eligible Americans—especially first-time voters, non-college youth, new citizens, communities of color, and low-income Americans—have the opportunity to register and vote.