Throughout the three-day event, the voting center at Federal Way’s PAEC saw 1,433 voters, which includes 466 newly registered voters. Olivia Sullivan/The Mirror

Throughout the three-day event, the voting center at Federal Way’s PAEC saw 1,433 voters, which includes 466 newly registered voters. Olivia Sullivan/The Mirror

PAEC voting center sees nearly 800 voters on Election Day

30th Legislative District sees 79% voter turnout, as of Nov. 4.

Nearly 800 voters visited the Federal Way voting center on Election Day, according to King County Elections.

At Federal Way’s Performing Arts and Event Center, King County Elections set up a voting center for individuals to register to vote, cast their ballots, and get assistance for other voting-related issues from Oct. 31-Nov. 3.

The PAEC voting center saw 255 voters on Saturday, Oct. 31; 386 voters on Monday, Nov. 2; and 792 voters on Election Day for a total of 1,433 people served — a total that includes 466 newly registered voters.

Federal Way community members also flocked to the ballot boxes outside of Federal Way City Hall and near the 320th Library on Election Day and into the night of Nov. 3.

Voters in the 30th Legislative District, which includes Federal Way, turned in 63,446 ballots as of Nov. 4. This is 79% of the area’s registered voters, according to King County Elections.

Federal Way’s City Hall ballot drop box has received 22,279 ballots and the Federal Way 320th Library drop box has received 14,006 ballots as of Nov. 4, according to the King County ballot drop box website.


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Voters fill out their ballots in Federal Way on Tuesday, Nov. 3. Olivia Sullivan/The Mirror

Voters fill out their ballots in Federal Way on Tuesday, Nov. 3. Olivia Sullivan/The Mirror

Voters fill out their ballots in Federal Way on Tuesday, Nov. 3. Olivia Sullivan/The Mirror

Voters fill out their ballots in Federal Way on Tuesday, Nov. 3. Olivia Sullivan/The Mirror

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