SPOKANE COUNTY, Wash. -- Ballots will soon be arriving in mailboxes for the Primary Election on August 6. Nearly 195,000 ballots will be mailed to voters throughout Spokane County on Wednesday and Thursday.
If a voter has not received a ballot by Thursday, July 25, he or she should contact the elections office at (509) 477-2320 for a new one.
The following districts have candidates on the primary ballots:
• 7th Legislative District
• City of Spokane Council District 2
• City of Spokane Council District 3
• City of Spokane Valley
• Town of Latah
• Town of Rockford
• East Valley School District
• Fire District No. 9
Ballots can be mailed by attaching first class postage and postmarking a ballot on Election Day or earlier. Ballots may be dropped in one of the white election drop boxes located at public library branches, the STA Plaza, and Spokane County Elections Office.
Ballots can also be dropped off at a voter service center open on election day from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Service centers can be found at the following locations:
• CenterPlace, Spokane Valley – 2426 N. Discovery Place
• North Spokane Library – 44 E. Hawthorne Street
• St Mark’s Church – 316 E. 24th Ave.
• STA Plaza – 701 W. Riverside Ave.
• Cheney Library – 610 First Ave.
• Spokane County Elections Office – 1033 W. Gardner Ave.
Un-registered Washington State citizens have until Monday, July 29 to register in person at the Election Office on 1033 West Gardner.
Voters are asked to ensure the ovals on their ballots are completely filled in, and the return envelopes are signed and dated. Ensure that the envelope is postmarked by August 6 if it is being mailed to the Spokane County Elections Office.