Tomorrow is primary election day in Washington, and our editorial will encourage those who haven’t yet voted to be sure to do so. That used to be a standard election day offering, until mail-in voting became standard. Now, because many voters mark and return their ballots right after receiving them a couple of weeks before election day, the last-minute reminder seems somewhat archaic.
How many people besides me wait until the official deadline, Tuesday, to hand in their ballot? Why or why not?