Watch your mailbox for Primary Election ballots 

King County Elections today mailed ballots to nearly 1.3 million registered voters. This Primary Election includes candidates for state and local offices as well as four ballot measures.

King County Elections has opened 10 new drop boxes in time for the Primary Election, for a total of 53 available drop boxes. The new ballot drop-off locations include Kenmore, Mercer Island, Tukwila, Newcastle and Rainier Beach in Seattle.

Make sure to read and follow directions on your ballot, sign the return envelope, and get it back before the August 1 election day deadline. Here’s how to return your ballot:

By mail: Put a first-class stamp on your ballot and mail it back to King County Elections. Your ballot must be postmarked by election day.

Ballot drop box: Return your ballot to any one of the 53 ballot drop-off locations; no stamp required. Your ballot must be returned to a ballot drop-off location by 8 p.m. on Election Day.

Accessible voting centers: King County accessible voting centers (AVCs) are open to voters who may have difficulty completing their mail ballot. Anyone who would like to vote at an AVC may do so.

Please encourage your friends, family and neighbors to let their voice be heard and vote.

Questions? Call King County Elections at 206-296-VOTE (8683). You can also follow Elections on TwitterFacebookInstagram and their blog to get the latest election updates and results.

Happy Voting!