Four Ballot Drop Boxes Now Open In Everett

October 18, 2020

Everett

drop box

You can drive up to the box and drop your ballot in the slot 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

If you live in Everett, Washington and want to get your ballot in early you can drop it in any U.S. Mailbox without postage. The ballots all have pre-paid postage, don’t worry about a stamp.

If you have concerns about using the Postal Service there are three drop boxes available within the Everett city limits and another just to the south where you can drop your ballot off 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Here are those locations. Click photo to enlarge.

Courthouse drop box

In downtown Everett at the intersection of Wall and Rockefeller at the north entrance to the Snohomish County Courthouse complex.

In North Everett the drop box is way behind the WSU Everett building at the back of the parking lot.

Drop box

At the Everett Mall the box is at west end between Famous Dave’s and the former Sears store.

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Just south of the Everett City limits there is a drop box at the Community Transit Park and Ride near 132nd and Dumas road at McCollum Park.

Workers with the Snohomish County Auditor’s Office empty and maintain the boxes as needed. There are nearly three dozen drop boxes throughout Snohomish County open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. All will close right at 8 PM on election day. You can find the ballot drop box nearest you by clicking here.

For those who have disabilities there are Accessible Voting machines that will be available at various locations in the days leading up to election day. You can learn more about that here.



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