By John McCallum
Managing Editor 

It's time to sit down – and vote

Ballots must be mailed or dropped off by Tuesday, Aug. 4


Last updated 7/30/2020 at 1:34pm

SPOKANE COUNTY – The Aug. 4 primary election is right around the corner, with ballots required to be mailed and postmarked by no later than next Tuesday to be counted.

According to information from the county Elections Department website, as of Monday, July 27, 49,607 of the 340,883 ballots mailed had been returned — meaning just 14.53 percent of voters have made their decisions on statewide races such as governor and secretary of state to local levy issues. On the West Plains, 14.24 percent — 14,17 — of the 104,060 ballots issued for Legislative District 6 had been returned while 1...

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