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Where to take your presidential primary ballot

If you still have a presidential primary ballot that you want to vote, you have until 8 p.m. Tuesday to mark it AND get it turned in.

If you lost your ballot, the dog ate it or the kids used it to make paper airplanes, you can get a replacement by going to a voter service center on Tuesday. Here's a list of centers in Spokane County. 

You can mail it, but late in the day you might want to take it to the post office to make sure it gets today's postmark.

Or save the stamp and take it to a drop box. Here's a list of all the drop box locations for Spokane County:

Location Address Zip Code
Elections Office 1033 W Gardner Avenue 99201
Airway Heights Library 1213 S Lundstrom Street 99001
Argonne Library 4322 N Argonne Road 99212
Cheney Library 610 First Street 99004
Deer Park Library 208 S Forest Avenue 99006
Downtown Spokane Library 906 W Main Avenue 99201
East Side Library 524 S Stone Street 99202
Fairfield Library 305 E Main Street 99012
Hillyard Library 4005 N Cook Street 99207
Indian Trail Library 4909 W Barnes Road 99208
Liberty Lake Library 23123 E Mission Avenue 99019
Medical Lake Library 321 E Herb Street 99022
Moran Prairie Library 6004 S Regal Street 99223
North Spokane Library 44 E Hawthorne Road 99218
Otis Orchards Library 22324 E Wellesley Avenue 99027
Shadle Park Library 2111 W Wellesley Avenue 99205
South Hill Library 3324 S Perry Street 99203
Spokane Valley Library 12004 E Main Avenue 99206
STA Plaza 701 W Riverside Avenue 99201

For voters in other counties, check this map for information about your elections office. 

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