Olympia, WA – The Thurston County Auditor's Elections Division has mailed over 7,000 Primary ballots and pamphlets to military and overseas voters registered in Thurston County. Ballot declarations must be signed and dated by Election Day or received via email or fax by 8 p.m. Pacific Time on Election Night.
For voters not in the military, ballots will be mailed on July 18.
Races and measures on the ballot include federal offices, legislative offices, county offices, County Commissioner District No. 3, and Fire District 5.
Only voters in Commissioner District No. 3 are eligible to vote in the county commissioner race in the August Primary. This position will be voted on countywide in the November General Election.
Military and overseas voters who have not received a ballot by Thursday, July 12 should contact the Elections Division at 360.786.5408 for a replacement ballot.