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Your vote by mail ballot must be received by 8pm on Election Day

FROM THE WA Secretary of State WEBSITE

Washington State votes by mail. 

Your ballot is mailed to you at least 18 days before each election. Your ballot packet will include a ballot, a secrecy envelope, and a return envelope. Follow the instructions that accompany your ballot.

If you are a registered voter and do not receive your ballot, contact your county elections department.

Your ballot must be postmarked no later than Election Day or returned to a ballot drop box by 8 p.m. on Election Day.

You can obtain a replacement ballot delivered online by logging into MyVote.wa.gov. Alternatively, a replacement ballot may be obtained by contacting your local county elections department when you have destroyed, spoiled, lost, or not received the original ballot.

Washington STATE LAW

RCW  29A.40.070

Date ballots mailed—Replacement ballots.

(1) Except where a recount or litigation is pending, the county auditor must mail ballots to each voter at least eighteen days before each primary or election, and as soon as possible for all subsequent registration changes.

(2) Except where a recount or litigation is pending, the county auditor must mail ballots to each service and overseas voter at least thirty days before each special election, and at least forty-five days before each primary or general election, or any special election that involves federal office. A request for a ballot made by an overseas or service voter after that day must be processed immediately.

(3) A registered voter may obtain a replacement ballot if the ballot is destroyed, spoiled, lost, or not received by the voter. The voter may obtain the ballot by telephone request, by mail, electronically, or in person. The county auditor shall keep a record of each request for a replacement ballot.

Check if you are registered to vote at vote.org or at the Washington State MyVoter site

If you are a registered voter in Washington, you should have received a ballot to vote by mail. Check to see if you can locate your ballot or have someone collect it from your home.

If you cannot find your ballot or cannot retrieve it, request a new one  either by logging in to the Washington State MyVote website and requesting a replacement online or by contacting your local County Elections Department

Your vote by mail ballot must be received by at latest 8pm on Election Day

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