SPOKANE COUNTY, Wash. – Ballots for Spokane County voters will soon arrive in mailboxes. In some areas, ballots will arrive around Oct. 10; in other areas, ballots will arrive around Oct. 17. All voters should have their ballots in hand by Oct. 22.
“Voters have been calling our offices for the past month asking when ballots will arrive,” said Spokane County Auditor Vicky Dalton. “Normally, all ballots would be sent around Oct. 16. Mailing out some ballots even a few days early helps spread the volume over more days.”
Spokane County is sending over 340,000 ballots out to voters by Oct. 9. Adams, Pend Oreille, Stevens, Ferry, and Whitman counties will also mail ballots by Oct. 9. Some counties, including Lincoln, Garfield and Asotin, will mail ballots by Oct. 16.
Voters who have not received their ballot by Oct. 22 should contact their county election office. Election offices are listed at https://www.sos.wa.gov/elections/auditors/ Voters can also find election information at VoteWA.gov.