KGMI News Reporting
By Mike Curtiss
BELLINGHAM, Wash. – General election ballots will be showing up in the mail boxes of Whatcom County voters starting today.
County Auditor Debbie Adelstein says there is no longer tricky flap-folding when returning a voted ballot.
Adelstein says people should get their ballots in early so her office will have more results to release on election night.
Ballots can be return by mail with a 46-cent postage stamp, or be dropped off postage-free in one of the ballot drop boxes located around the county.
A new ballot drop box has been added in front of the bookstore at Western Washington University on High Street.
Registered voters who do not receive their ballot by Friday should contact the Auditor’s office.