SPOKANE COUNTY – Although the COVID 19 pandemic has changed some aspects of voter support in Spokane County, assistance is still available for voters.
Voter Service Center at CenterPlace is Not Open
CenterPlace Event Center in Spokane Valley is not open for the August 4 primary election. When the ballots were printed in early June, the expectation was that the region would be open.
In-person services for voters are available at the main elections office at 1033 W Gardner Ave. Hours are 8:30 am to 4:00 pm Monday through Friday. On Election Day, Tuesday August 4, hours are 7:00 am to 8:00 pm. Masks are required. Social distancing is observed so wait times may be longer than normal.
Register to Vote
Voters have until 8:00 pm on Election Day to register to vote and to cast a ballot. Voters are encouraged to not wait until the last minute.
Voters have until Monday, July 27 to register online or by mail.
Starting Tuesday, July 28, Voters must register in person at the Spokane County Elections Office
Replacement Ballots or Envelopes
Voters who need a replacement ballot or envelope should call the Elections Office at 509-477-2320. Depending upon the situation, voters may be able to print a replacement ballot. Again, voters are encouraged to not wait until the last minute.
Information about Candidates
Voters may obtain information about candidates from the online voter’s guide at VoteWA.gov. The guide is tailored to the voter’s ballot.