It’s Election Day! Mail in your ballot today

A sign directed voters to the accessible voting center at Union Station last November. Photo by Wendi.
Today is Primary Election Day. Ballots must be postmarked today to be counted. If you prefer not to use the mail, you can drop off your ballot by 8 p.m. at one of the official drop boxes. The nearest one to Beacon Hill is at the King County Administration Building, 500 4th Avenue. (The BHB notes that there are drop boxes in Northeast Seattle and Northwest Seattle, but none in Southeast Seattle or West Seattle.)

You may also vote in person at one of the accessible voting centers, which are open to all voters. This is what you need to do if you’ve lost or damaged your ballot. The nearest voting center is at Union Station, 401 South Jackson St.

Need to refresh your memory about the issues and candidates? You can see a copy of the voter’s pamphlet for statewide races here. Local races can be found at the King County Elections website instead.

6 thoughts on “It’s Election Day! Mail in your ballot today”

  1. Actually, you can drop your ballot off at the Union Station accessible voting center as well, which is a bit closer than the King County Administration Building.

  2. It’s noted on the Accessible Voting Stations page that you can drop ballots off there as well.

    “Ballot drop boxes are also located at accessible voting centers for voters to securely return their mail ballot, without the cost of postage.”

    I took the light rail to IDS today and dropped mine off with no problems.

  3. They should really include those drop boxes on the drop box page, then! Most people won’t know to look elsewhere.

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