Today is the deadline to get your ballot in, so do it. Put a stamp on it and take it to the post office, or use a drop box.

STB provides a helpful guide to ballot items germane to transit and land use in its endorsement of Seattle Transportation Prop 1 (buses), recommended no vote on Seattle Citizen Petition 1 (monorail planning), and certain salient legislative races.

8 Replies to “Mail Your Ballot Today”

  1. If you do use a drop box, go early. In the past, I’ve seen actual traffic and pedestrian jams around the boxes at the Ballard library and the county administration building.

    Wish I’d thought to ask sooner but it would be neat if, for transit-important elections, STB could do a CoverItLive chat on election night.

      1. Only one? Oh, I thought there were more on November election nights. You’re right, that’d be rather dull.

  2. And if you don’t have a stamp, please mail it anyways (USPS will still deliver it).

    If you have a stamp, be nice and save King County some money.

    1. If you go this route (not using a stamp) what proof is there that you mailed your ballot on time? In my experience the post office doesn’t reliably cancel stamps that aren’t there.

  3. Thanks for the reminder. Anybody else in Olympia, bet Thurston County Courthouse uphill from Capitol Lake has short line.

    Suggestion for this election: before outcome even announced, if you haven’t already done so, start forming concrete plans for what we’re going to do next.

    Whatever you want to see politics deliver, two years should be enough time to be in fighting shape. Well-paid lobbyists and(retch) independent anonymous groups already have schedule drafted and distributed.

    Mark

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