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Check back after 8 p.m. for election results

The first results in today’s special election for expansion of the Spokane Transit Authority system, plus a sales tax extension for juvenile jails, are due shortly after 8 p.m. Check back to after that time for the first ballot count. Ballots can be deposited before 8 p.m. in drop boxes outside public libraries throughout the county, in the Spokane Transit Authority Plaza downtown, and outside the Elections Office at 1033 W. Gardner. More information on the ballot measures is available here.
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