SPOKANE, Wash. - Spokane county's 16 ballot drop boxes are now open for February's Special Election.
Voters in the city of Spokane will decide on a property tax increase which would fund the hiring of police and fire personnel and crime reduction programs.
Spokane Valley voters will decide on a four-year extension of the Spokane Valley Fire Department's maintenance and operations levy.
The drop boxes are located at several Public Libraries, City Halls, the Spokane Transit Authority Plaza and the Elections Office. To find one near you, check here.
A postage stamp is not required on your ballot. Drop boxes will close at 8:00 p.m. on Election Day, which is February 12th.
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