Ballots rolling in for special election

Ballots rolling in for special election

Nearly 80,000 voters have returned ballots for next week’s special election in Spokane County, representing a 27 percent voter turnout so far.

Ballots are due Tuesday, February 13th. It includes bonds, levies and resolutions for 16 local school districts.

“This election gives voters the opportunity to weigh in on local issues and to determine the future of their local schools,” said Spokane County Auditor Vicki Dalton.

Ballots must be postmarked by February 13th or deposited in a drop box by 8:00 pm that day.

Here’s a list of drop boxes:

Airway Heights Library–1213 S Lundstrom St

Argonne Library–4322 N Argonne Rd

Cheney Library–610 First St

Deer Park Library–208 S Forest Ave

Downtown–906 W Main Ave

East Side Library–524 S Stone St

Elections Office–1033 W Gardner Ave

Fairfield Library–305 E Main St

Hillyard Library–4005 N Cook St

Indian Trail Library–4909 W Barnes Rd

Liberty Lake Library–23123 E Mission Ave

Medical Lake Library–321 E Herb St

Moran Prairie Library–6004 S Regal St

North Spokane Library–44 E Hawthorne Rd

Otis Orchards Library–22324 E Wellesley Ave

Shadle Library–2111 W Wellesley Ave

South Hill Library–3324 S Perry St

Spokane Valley Library–12004 E Main Ave

*STA Plaza–701 W Riverside Ave

*Open During Plaza Hours Only-Closed 8 PM Election Night

Voter Service Centers–Election Day Only

North–North Spokane Library – 44 E Hawthorne Rd

West Plains–Cheney Library – 610 First St.

**South Spokane–South Hill Library – 3324 S Perry St

Spokane Valley–CenterPlace – 2426 N Discovery Pl

Downtown–STA Plaza – 701 W Riverside Ave

Central–Elections Office – 1033 W Gardner Ave

**New Location – South Hill Library replaces St Mark’s Lutheran Church