If you haven’t yet mailed in your primary ballot, you still have time.
It’s a packed one, with races for statewide, congressional, legislative, judicial and local offices, as well as some spending measures, depending on where you live.
Washington votes all by mail, and ballots must be postmarked by Tuesday, Aug. 7, in order to be counted. Be sure to use first-class postage.
You can also drop off your ballot without a stamp at one of 15 drop-off locations in King County, or visit an accessible voting center if you need help with your ballot. Be sure to do it by 8 p.m. Tuesday, and click on the links above for information about hours.
If you lost or damaged your ballot, you can mark, review and print it out here before mailing it.
As of Friday, 170,460 voters, or 15.33 percent of King County’s 1.11 million registered voters, had returned their ballots. (The Secretary of State’s Office expects about 46 percent turnout statewide for this primary.)
Questions about what’s on the ballot? Check out the King County voters’ pamphlet here.]
Patch will have election results here Tuesday night when the first batch of ballots is counted shortly after 8 p.m. And if you’ve got a smartphone, the Secretary of State’s Office has free elections results apps for watching the returns for federal, state, legislative and judicial races.