The King County Elections Department said details on a ballot measure and candidate were missing from some residents’ voter guides.

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King County officials mailed ballots and voting guides this week, but for some voters, the election materials were not complete.

Kirkland residents, and those in the Lake Washington School District, did not receive information on a local ballot measure and a photo of a candidate in the race for District Director No. 1 in their voter pamphlets, according to a news release from the King County Elections Department.

The ballot measure, if passed, would create the Kirkland Aquatics and Recreation District to fund the construction of a new community center, as well as other recreational spaces by implementing a property tax levy.

Component post 9700878 could not be found.

The space with the missing photo belonged to candidate Jackie Pendergrass, according to a spokeswoman for the county Elections Department.

The department is sending corrected materials and voters will receive them early next week, she said. In the meantime, the department is reminding voters they can also access the materials online.