Don't forget to mail those ballots!
Completed ballots must be postmarked by Election Day (Tuesday, August 7) or received at a designated drop box by 8pm. For a list of drop box locations, click here.
Check out King County's Voters' Pamphlet and theWashington Secretary of State's 2012 Primary Voters' Guide for information on candidates and ballot measures.
Don't forget! Your signature matters! Your signature is required for your ballot to be opened and your vote to be counted. By law, King County elections must check to make sure the signature on each envelope matches the signature on file with the voter's registration. For more on this process, watch this video or visit the King County website.
Just for fun: Ever wondered why we vote on Tuesdays? Check out this video for the answer - from the Executive Director of Why Tuesday?, a non-partisan organization committed to finding solutions to increase voter turnout.