WA – On
Wednesday, October 17, the Thurston County Auditor’s Office mailed ballots to
registered voters in Thurston County for the November 6 General Election.
voter loses or damages their ballot, the Auditor’s Office can issue a
replacement ballot. A voter who has not received a ballot by Thursday, October
25 should contact the Auditor’s Office at 360.786.5408, email@example.com,
or visit the Auditor’s Office for a replacement
Auditor’s Office mailed voters’ pamphlets with information on local races last
week. Voters can also find the voters’ pamphlets online at ThurstonVotes.org.
Thurston County, the Auditor’s Office operates 28 safe and secure ballot drop
boxes, including a brand new box at the Nisqually Reservation. A list of
locations and addresses is included in ballot materials and available online.
Ballot drop boxes are open 24 hours a day and will close promptly at 8 p.m. on
Tuesday, November 6 (Election Day).
ballots must be postmarked by November 6. Voters who are mailing their ballots
are advised to check their mailbox for its last pickup time to ensure an
Election Day postmark. Ballots do not require postage. For more information,
or call 360.786.5408.
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