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Mon., Aug. 15, 2011, 9:11 a.m.

Time is running out to cast that ballot

Tuesday at 8 p.m. is the deadline for casting a ballot in the primary election. Remember under the current ballot system, there are two ways to get your vote in on time.

You can mark it, seal it, sign the outer envelope and put it in the mail -- with a stamp -- so that it is postmarked by Tuesday evening. If you hold onto it until Tuesday afternoon, you should take it to the post office to make sure it's postmarked by the deadline.

Or you can mark it, seal it, sign the envelope and deposit it in one of the drop boxes set up by county elections. In Spokane County, drop boxes can be found at most public libraries and some other sites. They're listed inside the blog.

Also inside is a list of Voter Service Centers, where you can get a replacement ballot, use a special voting machine for persons with disabilities, or vote a provisional ballot as well as drop off your ballot

Drop box locations



1213 S Lundstrom St


4322 N Argonne Rd


610 First St

Deer Park

208 S Forest Ave


906 W Main Ave

East Side

524 S Stone St  

FairfieldNot Open

305 E Main St  


4005 N Cook St

Indian Trail

4909 W Barnes Rd


23123 E Mission Ave 


321 E Herb St

Moran Prairie

6004 S Regal St

North Spokane

44 E Hawthorne Rd

Otis Orchards

22324 E Wellesley Ave


2111 W Wellesley Ave

South Hill

3324 S Perry St


12004 E Main Ave


701 W Riverside Ave

Elections Office

1033 W Gardner Ave

























Voter service centers

Elections Office1033 W Gardner Ave
STA Transit Plaza  701 W Riverside Ave
North Spokane Library  44 E Hawthorne Rd
South Hill St. Mark’s Church   316 E 24th Ave
Spokane Valley CenterPlace 2426 N Discovery Pl
Cheney Library 610 First St.

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Jim Camden
Jim Camden joined The Spokesman-Review in 1981. He is currently the political reporter and state government reporter in the newspaper's Olympia bureau office.

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