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I marked my ballot. Now what?

After Washington voters have marked their ballot, sealed it and signed the envelope, they have two choices.

Put a stamp on it and mail it. But remember it has to be postmarked today, so you'll need to take it to a post office, to make sure that's done in time. Leaving it out in  your mailbox is not a good solution..

Or save yourself a stamp, and take it to a drop box. In Spokane County, there's a drop box at most public libraries, as well as a couple other spots. For a list of addresses, go inside the blog.

For other Washington counties, click here to find the information on your county.

Instructions for Idaho voters are simpler. You go to your local polling station. Idaho also has same day registration, but if you aren't registered, you'll need to produce photo ID and proof of residence.



AirwayHeights library

1213 S Lundstrom St

Argonne library

4322 N Argonne Rd

Cheney library

610 First St

Deer Park library

208 S Forest Ave

Downtown Spokane librar

906 W Main Ave

East Side library

524 S Stone St

Fairfield library

305 E Main St

Hillyard library

4005 N Cook St

Indian Trail library

4909 W Barnes Rd

LibertyLake 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 Rd

Otis Orchards library

22324 E Wellesley Ave

ShadlePark library

2111 W Wellesley Ave

South Hill library

3324 S Perry St

Spokane Valley library 12004 E Main Ave

STA Plaza

701 W Riverside Ave

Elections Office 1033 W Gardner Ave

The Spokesman-Review's political team keeps a critical eye on local, state and national politics.