Ballots are "in the mail" to all registered voters in Spokane County --- and Election Day, Tuesday, November 7, is fast approaching.
Here are some tips for voting:
Vote early! Once you've voted, you're less likely to receive election mailings and phone calls from candidates and campaigns.
Official elections drop-off boxes are located throughout Spokane County. For your vote to count, it must be deposited into an elections drop-off box no later than 8:00 pm on Tuesday, November 7, Election Day.
If you choose to mail your ballot in, be sure to affix first-class postage. Your ballot must be postmarked by Tuesday, November 7 in order for it to be counted. If you mail your ballot on Election Day, be sure that there's a collection pickup scheduled after you place your ballot in the blue collection box. The latest time to obtain an Election Day postmark in Spokane County is at the Spokane Airport Mail Processing Facility, 2928 S Spotted Road, Spokane WA 99224, where they continue to postmark mail deposited in the blue collection box through 9:00 pm on Election Day.
If your ballot doesn't arrive, or if you've lost your ballot, you may obtain a in-person replacement from Spokane County Elections Office, 1033 W Gardner Ave, Spokane WA 99260, or you may visit the Secretary of State's MyVote website to download and printout a replacement ballot.