The streets today may be crawling with spooky ghosts and ghouls – but the scariest thing would be forgetting to mail in your ballot before November 4th!
Voter turnout in Midterm elections is regularly low. For example in 2010 only 36.9% of the voting-age population cast ballots. Spooky, but you can change that!
There are three different ways you can turn in your ballot:
Drop off your ballot in an official drop box by 8pm on Election Day. Find the drop box nearest you!
Postmark your ballot by no later than 8pm on Election Day. Make sure to check the collection times of your mailbox so you don’t miss out!
Hand deliver your ballot to your county elections department. Look them up here.
As a civically-engaged member of the Coalition, you know that our elected leaders are critical to the future of parks, wildlife habitat, trails and farmland in Washington State.
Your ballot will turn into a pumpkin after November 4th, so get it in the mail and show your elected officials that the outdoors are important to you!