With No Stamp Required Voting In Everett Has Never Been Easier

July 18, 2018

Everett Government

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No more connecting the dots, just fill in the bubble. Plus, no postage required.

Voters pamphlets for the August 7th primary election are going out today and ballots will be in the mail Thursday and voting in Everett, Washington has never been easier.

No buying stamps, no finding a drop box location, just go to your mail box and get your ballot, open your ballot envelope, vote your choice, put your ballot in the secrecy envelope, put that in the return envelope, sign it and put it back in your mail box. No postage required as the cost this year is being picked up by the State.

For voters in Everett there are three people running for city council position number 4. That race is non-partisan. There are four people running for Snohomish PUD commissioner position number 1. That races is also non-partisan.

There are partisan races for U.S. Senator, U.S. Congress, State Legislative District representatives and senators. There are also several positions open for precinct committee officer.

Keep in mind this is a top two primary where the top two vote-getters in each race move on to the General Election regardless of party.

For a sample ballot and links to anything you may need to know in order to vote in the August primary check out the Snohomish County Elections website here.

If you want to vote in the August primary you can still do so but you must register in person at the Snohomish County Auditor’s office in downtown Everett.



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