You know those Washington primary ballots that have been sitting in pile of mail for the last three weeks? They need to be turned in by 8 p.m. Tuesday or they won't be counted.
Once they've been marked and placed in the signed envelope, you have two choices: Mail them or take them to a drop box.
To mail them, they'll need a first-class stamp, and they must be postmarked by Tuesday. It's a good idea to take them to a post office, rather than leaving them in a mailbox for later pickup.
To put them in a drop box, they don't need a stamp. Each county decides where to put drop boxes, and contact numbers and websites for all Washington county elections offices can be found here.
If you've lost or destroyed your ballot, you can get a replacement at a voter service center.
Here's a list of the drop box locations in Spokane County:
Elections Office 1033 W Gardner Avenue
Airway Heights Library 1213 S Lundstrom Street
Argonne Library 4322 N Argonne Road
Cheney Library 610 First Street
Deer Park Library 208 S Forest Avenue
Downtown Spokane Library 906 W Main Avenue
East Side Library 524 S Stone Street
Fairfield Library 305 E Main Street
Hillyard Library 4005 N Cook Street
Indian Trail Library 4909 W Barnes Road
Liberty Lake Library 23123 E Mission Avenue
Medical Lake Library 321 E Herb Street
Moran Prairie Library 6004 S Regal Street
North Spokane Library 44 E Hawthorne Road
Otis Orchards Library 22324 E Wellesley Avenue
Shadle Park Library 2111 W Wellesley Avenue
South Hill Library 3324 S Perry Street
Spokane Valley Library 12004 E Main Avenue
STA Plaza 701 W Riverside Avenue
Here's a list of the voter service centers for Spokane County:
Area Location Address
Downtown Elections Office 1033 W Gardner Avenue
or STA Transit Plaza 701 W Riverside Avenue
Northside North Spokane Library 44 E Hawthorne Road
South Hill St. Mark's Church 316 E 24th Avenue
Spokane Valley CenterPlace 2426 N Discovery Place
West Plains Cheney Library 610 First Street