Y-PAC, the City of Yakima’s government access channel, has produced a 2019 Video Voters Pamphlet focusing on candidates for four Yakima City Council seats in the November 5th General Election.
Candidates featured in the Video Voters Pamphlet are:
- Eliana Macias and Kenton Gartrell – Yakima City Council, District 1
- Patricia Byers and Thomas B. Sund – Yakima City Council, District 3
- Soneya Lund and Liz Hallock – Yakima City Council, District 5
- Holly Cousens – Yakima City Council, District 7. Cousens’ opponent, Sarah Towell, has withdrawn from the race.
The one-hour Video Voters Pamphlet will make its debut on Y-PAC, Charter Cable Channel 194, at 8:30 pm today, Monday, October 7th. It will also air at 8:30 pm tomorrow night, Tuesday.
Y-PAC’s Video Voters Pamphlet can also be viewed anytime on-demand at http://videos.yakimawa.gov/CablecastPublicSite/show/9494?channel=2
Y-PAC is also airing the League of Women Voters Forum for Yakima City Council candidates. The forum was held on October 3rd. The forum will debut on Y-PAC at 7:00 pm tonight. The forum can be viewed anytime on-demand at http://videos.yakimawa.gov/CablecastPublicSite/show/9485?channel=2
Both programs will continue to air on Y-PAC leading up to the November 5th General Election.
Ballots for the 2019 General Election will be available starting Friday, October 18th. Yakima County election information is available by calling 574-1340 or clicking http://www.yakimacounty.us/170/Elections