ELECTION 2012: Drop off your ballot by 8 p.m. at the following locations

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.

King 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 locations:

• (Bellevue) Crossroads Shopping Center

15600 NE 8th Street

Bellevue 98008

South Entrance

• Burien City Hall

400 SW 152nd Street

Burien 98166

• Federal Way City Hall

33325 8th Avenue South

Federal Way 98003

• Issaquah City Hall

130 E Sunset Way

Issaquah 98027

• Lake Forest Park City Hall

17425 Ballinger Way NE

Lake Forest Park 98155

• (Kent) Regional Justice Center

401 4th Avenue N

Kent 98032

Near parking garage entrance

• (Maple Valley) Tahoma School District Office

25720 Maple Valley-Black Diamond Road SE

Maple Valley 98038

• Redmond City Hall

15670 NE 85th Street

Redmond 98052

• (Renton) King County Elections

919 SW Grady Way

Renton 98057

 

Seattle locations:

• Ballard Branch Library

Corner of NW 57th  Street and 22nd Avenue NW

Seattle 98107

• King County Administration Building

500 4th Avenue

Seattle 98104

• Magnuson Park

6344 NE 74th Street

Seattle 98115

Use NE 74th Street entrance

 

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

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