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The Okanogan County Auditor’s Office has received Resolutions from the following districts in which the legislative authority of the District did not appoint an Against Committee for the submitted Resolution.

Submitted Resolutions:

Tonasket School District # 404
Oroville School District # 410
Town of Winthrop
Methow Valley EMS
Public Hospital District #1


The following Districts also did not appoint a For Committee:

Town of Winthrop
Methow Valley EMS


As provided for in the Administrative Rules for the Okanogan County Auditor, the Auditor has the authority to appoint interested parties to a Committee when the Legislative Authority of a District fails to do so. Any Interested parties residing in Okanogan County or within the boundaries of a district listed above can apply to participate as a member of this Against Committee.


Interested parties shall fill out an Auditor’s Committee Appointment Form located in the Elections section of the website for the Okanogan County Auditor. An interested party shall have until 4:30 pm on Friday, August 12th, 2022 to submit a signed Auditor’s Committee Appointment Form in-person at the Auditor’s office in Okanogan or by email, fax, or mail.


Please contact the Auditor’s Office at 509-422-7240 with any questions.

Physical Location: Okanogan County Courthouse, 149 3rd Ave N, Room 104, Okanogan, WA 98840

Website: https://www.okanogancounty.org/government/auditor/elections/index.php

Email: elections@co.okanogan.wa.us

Fax 509-422-7163



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Welcome to the Okanogan County Auditor's Office

The responsibilities and duties of the Auditor are diverse and require knowledge in many different areas from recording deeds and other instruments, to serving as the county's chief ex-officio supervisor of all elections. The auditor is responsible for the administration of four divisions: recording, financial services, motor vehicle licensing and elections.

The Auditor’s office mission is to safeguard taxpayer’s money in our control and see that it is spent wisely and for authorized purposes. We recognize that our primary responsibility is to our citizens and we are committed to the delivery of quality services.

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