Primary Election ballots and the Local Voters’ Pamphlets have been mailed to Whatcom County registered voters this week. Some report having already received theirs.
Primary Election ballots were mailed Wednesday, July 17th and voters can expect to receive the Local Voters’ Pamphlet within a few days of the ballot, Auditor Debbie Adelstein said on Wednesday.
Ballots can be returned in an official ballot drop box up until 8:00 pm on Election Day, August 6.
No stamp is needed if returning your ballot by mail. The envelope will still need to be postmarked no later than Election Day, August 6, for the ballot to be counted. The USPS recommends mailing your ballot one week before Election Day to ensure this.
If you are a registered voter and do not receive yours by July 26th, you are asked to call the Election Division of the Auditor’s Office at (360) 778-5102.