Ballots for the March 10 Presidential Primary are in the mail

OKANOGAN - If you have not received your ballot by Friday, Feb. 28, please contact the Auditors Office at 509-422-7240.

Remember your ballots must be signed and you must choose a single political party.

The Auditors Office, 149 3rd Ave N, Okanogan, is open Monday – Friday, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. and on Election Day only from 8 a.m.- 8 p.m. for the following services: Voter Registration, Drop off voted ballots, Obtain replacement ballots and Disability Access Voting Units

Drop boxes will be open February 20-March 10.  Drop boxes will be open until 8 p.m. on March 10.

Drop box locations open for the March 10, Presidential Primary Election: Tonasket – City Hall/Library Complex, 209 S Whitcomb Ave, Tonasket ; Omak – Next to Police Station, 8 N Ash, Omak; Pateros -180 Pateros Mall in parking lot, Pateros; Twisp – 118 S Glover St, City Hall, Twisp; Coulee Dam – City Hall/300 Lincoln Ave, Coulee Dam; Oroville- Police station, 1307 Main, Oroville and Nespelem- Colville Agency Parking lot, Colville

The state is providing postage-paid ballot return envelopes this year. Voters are encouraged to mail in ballots prior to Friday, March 6, to ensure the envelopes are postmarked by Election Day.  Check with your local post office for cut off times.

If you need to find out information about the issues you can use the following sources: On line voters guide – votewa.gov; vote.wa.gov/Okanogan; sos.wa.gov/elections/ and newspapers and radio

If you are not currently registered in the State of Washington, you can appear in person in the Auditors Office until March 10th, and register to vote and be able to vote in the Presidential Primary Election.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the Auditors Office at 509- 422-7240
 

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