April 03, 2014
County Elections Office
Ballots will soon be arriving in mailboxes for the Special Election on April 22, 2014. Nearly 75,000 ballots will be mailed to voters throughout Spokane County on Thursday, April 3. If a voter has not received their ballot by Thursday April 12, 2014, the voter should contact the Elections Office at (509) 477-2320 for a replacement. Not all voters in the county will receive a ballot for the April Special Election.
Only the following districts have issues on the April ballot: Spokane Valley Library Capital Facilities District; Reardan-Edwall School District; and Fire District No. 13 (Newman Lake Fire and Rescue). For more information please go to www.spokanecounty.org/elections.
Voters can return completed ballots in several ways. Ballots can be mailed by affixing first class postage and ensuring a postmark of election day or prior. Also, ballots can be deposited in one of the white election drop boxes located at the following public libraries (Airway Heights, Argonne, Downtown Spokane Main, Liberty Lake, Otis Orchards and Spokane Valley) as well as the STA Plaza and Spokane County Elections Office. Finally, the ballot can be dropped off at a voter service center that will be open on Election Day from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. The service centers will be located at CenterPlace – Spokane Valley – 2426 N. Discovery Place; STA Plaza – Downtown – 701 W. Riverside Ave; and the Spokane County Elections Office – 1033 W. Gardner Ave.
Last day for new voter registrations
Citizens who are not yet registered to vote in Washington State have until Monday April 14, 2014 to register. This deadline is only for new registrations and must be done in person at the Elections Office, located at 1033 W. Gardner Ave.
About Spokane County
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