Update: The drop box at the Ballard Library has been a popular spot, filling to capacity on several occasions today.
Line in Ballard in Seattle to drop ballots. 3rd time box has been full today! pic.twitter.com/f7JQqoM0uK
— Laura Opson (@OpsonLegalNurse) November 8, 2017
The King County elections folks have been stopping by periodically…
King County Election workers Jules James, left, collects ballots while Josephine Russ crawls inside an overfilled ballot box outside the Ballard Library on Tuesday. (📷 by Greg Gilbert / The Seattle Times)⠀ ⠀ Follow our live election coverage by going to seattletimes.com⠀ ⠀ #seattle #election #ballard #vote #ballot
The next closest drop box, according to the map, is either in Green Lake or up at North Seattle Community College.
Earlier: It’s election day! If you haven’t mailed in your ballot, you have until 8 p.m. to deliver it to the Ballard Library‘s official drop box (or others throughout Seattle). Or you can send it in the mail, as long as it’s postmarked today.
If you can’t find your voters’ pamphlet, here it is (.pdf).
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I just moved here about a month ago, but I am ready to vote. I haven’t had a chance to register – am I already too late?