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Today is the last day to return ballots for the April Special Election
King County Elections has received about 371,000 ballots to date out of nearly 1.2 million ballots sent for today’s special election.
Voters still have time to vote and return ballots for today’s special election, but they shouldn’t delay. Voters have until 8 p.m. to return ballots to a drop-off location or Accessible Voting Center.
Voters who are mailing ballots today need to remember to affix a first class (49 cents) stamp and ensure that the mail will be postmarked today. Ballots arriving with a postmark later than election day, by law, will not be opened.
King County Elections forecast a 38 percent turnout in today’s election. All ballots include a countywide transportation measure, and ballots in Lake Washington School District also include a school bond. For more information seewww.kingcounty.gov/elections