It’s Primary Election Day in Washington State
SPOKANE, Wash. — Tuesday, August 7 is Primary Election day in Washington state.
To date, the Spokane County Elections office has received 107,742 ballots for the election. This number represents a 34 percent return rate thus far.
Your ballot needs to be postmarked by 8:00 p.m. tonight. There’s no need to find a stamp before you send it in, all Washington ballots have prepaid postage this year.
If you’re dropping your ballot off in person, you can find where Spokane county ballot drop boxes are located by checking here. You’ll need to drop it off by 8:00 p.m.
If you need a replacement ballot, you can print one at home by logging in here. Or you can stop by a Voter Service Center at the STA Plaza in downtown Spokane, North Spokane Library, South Hill Library, CenterPlace Event Center, or the Cheney Library.
At any of these centers you can drop off your ballot, get replacement envelopes, vote a provisional ballot, use an accessible voting unit, or get answers to voting questions. More information on where to find them here.
For more details on everything you’re voting on today, check the online voter’s guide here.
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