ELECTION 2012: Ballots due by 8 p.m.

Carefully follow the instructions on the ballot envelope. Place the ballot in the security envelope, seal all envelopes, sign the outer envelope, and deposit your ballot packet into the box.

A Pierce County Ballot Drop Box

Today is the final day to mail in/drop off your ballot for the 2012 election.

Carefully follow the instructions on the ballot envelope. Place the ballot in the security envelope, seal all envelopes, sign the outer envelope, and deposit your ballot packet into the box.

Ballot drop boxes are available until 8 p.m. at the following local locations:

• Bonney Lake Park & Ride

Sky Island Drive East and 184th Avenue East, Bonney Lake

• Sumner Library

1116 Fryar Avenue, Sumner

• Edgewood City Hall

2224 104th Avenue East, Edgewood

To see a map of all drop box locations, click here.

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