Washington voters have until close of business today to register to vote, and they’ll have to go to their local county elections office to register in person.
You’ll need some form of identification that lists the address of your residence, like a driver’s license or a utility bill in your name at your residence.
You can’t register on line or by mail. You have to show up in person. If that seems a bit inconvenient, well, you may as well just sit this one out.
In Spokane County, you’d have to go to the Elections Office at 1033 W. Gardner by 4 p.m.