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Originally published September 25, 2009 at 2:10 PM | Page modified July 14, 2010 at 3:27 PM

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The Seattle Times recommendations for Nov. 3 ballot

Here is the Times editorial board recommendations for the Nov. 3 election.

ANOTHER election is just around the corner. The Times editorial board has been interviewing candidates and proponents and opponents of major issues that will appear on the November ballot.

Oct. 4— Referendum 71
Approve Referendum 71 in the name of fundamental fairness for all Washington families

Oct. 5— King County Assessor
Albertini for assessor

Oct. 6— Issaquah City Council
Elect McCarry and Marts

Oct. 7— Everett mayor
Everett Mayor Ray Stephanson is endorsed for re-election

Oct. 8— King County Charter Amendment No. 4
'Yes' for open space with charter amendment

Oct. 8— Seattle city attorney
Vote for Pete Holmes

Oct. 11— Initiative 1033
Reject Initiative 1033

Oct. 13— King County Council, Position 9
The Times recommends re-electing Reagan Dunn

Oct. 14— Port of Seattle
Albro and Holland for Port commission

Oct. 15— Seattle City Council
Vote for Conlin, Bagshaw, Israel and Rosencrantz

Oct. 16— Seattle School Board
Smith-Blum, Chin and DeBell for Seattle School Board

Oct. 18— King County Executive
The Times recommends Susan Hutchison

Oct. 19— Seattle housing levy
Support the 2009 Seattle housing levy

Oct. 19— Pierce County Charter Amendment 3
Keep ranked-choice voting

Oct. 20— Bellevue City Council
Elect Orrico, Wallace, Davidson and Robertson

Oct. 21— Mayor of Kent
Re-elect Kent Mayor Suzette Cooke

Oct. 22— Kirkland City Council
Vote for McBride, Sweet, Walen, Marchione

Oct. 23— Sammamish City Council
Elect James, Vance, Gerend and Odell

Oct. 25— Mayor of Seattle
Joe Mallahan for mayor of Seattle

Oct. 26— Snohomish County Council
Re-elect Koster, Gossett and Somers

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