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Elections Department Will Refer Two SPD Voter Registration Issues to the King County Prosecuting Attorney's Office

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In an email, a spokesperson for King County Elections said the department referred two “voter registration challenge” cases to the prosecutor’s office after two cops who registered to vote at precincts each failed to respond to two letters asking them “update their address” or else “possibly” face a challenge.

County prosecutors will determine whether to file the registration challenge, which is just an administrative hearing to determine the facts of the case and then “make a decision on the voter registration.”

The two officers involved are John Girtch and Terry Dunn. Elections lists Dunn’s registration status as “inactive,” which means he

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