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No lie: They’re in the mail

General election ballots for Spokane County began hitting the post office today.

County elections is mailing a total of 265,768 ballots to registered voters. They started today and will finish on Thursday. That means if you don't get a ballot by next Friday, Oct. 28, something might be amiss and you want to call the county elections office, at 477-2320, to find out what's going on while there's still time to get a replacement in the mail.

It is still possible to register to vote for the Nov. 8 general election, although you'll have to go to your county elections office to sign up in person.

After they are marked, sealed and signed, ballots can be returned by mail as long as they are postmarked by Nov. 8, or deposited in a drop box at locations set up in each county.

The locations of Spokane drop boxes can be found inside the blog.

Drop Box Locations
Airway Heights Library       1213 S. Lundstrom St.
Argonne Library                   4322 N. Argonne Rd.
Cheney Library                     610 First St.  
Deer Park Library                 208 S. Forest Ave.
East Side Library                  524 S. Stone St.       
Elections Office                    1033 W. Gardner Ave.
Fairfield Library                     305 E. Main St.
Hillyard Library                      4005 N. Cook St.       
Indian Trail Library                4909 W. Barnes Rd.
Liberty Lake Library               23123 E. Mission Ave.  
Medical Lake Library             321 E. Herb St.
Moran Prairie Library             6004 S. Regal St.      
North Spokane Library          44 E. Hawthorne.       
Otis Orchards Library            22324 E. Wellesley Ave.
Shadle Library                        2111 W. Wellesley Ave.
South Hill Library                    3324 S. Perry St.      
Spokane Downtown Library  906 W. Main Ave.
Spokane Valley Library           12004 E. Main Ave.     
STA Plaza                                   701 W. Riverside Ave.

Jim Camden
Jim Camden joined The Spokesman-Review in 1981 and retired in 2021. He is currently the political and state government correspondent covering Washington state.

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