Washington residents who want to do something about the prospect of poor turnout for the November election but aren’t registered to vote have one last chance. If they are eligible – American citizens, state residents, over 18 and haven’t lost the right to vote by being convicted of a felony or a mental commitment – they can still sign up.
But they have to do it Monday, in person, at the local county elections office. In Spokane County, that’s at 1033 W. Gardner Ave. (conveniently located between the courthouse and REI just off Monroe Street). Can’t do it on line or by mail. And this is the absolute, final, no spit Sherlock chance to register before election day.