Nearly 4 million Washington voters will be mailed ballots this week as county elections offices begin sending them to the post office on Wednesday. Voter information pamphlets should also be arriving, if they haven’t already.
Unlike the primary, which was kind of hit or miss depending on the local ballot, all registered voters get a general election ballot because of the statewide issues.
It is possible people who to register if they are over 18, American citizens, Washington residents and not felons. You have to do that in person, at the county elections office, before Oct. 28.