It’s been four days since King County elections dropboxes opened, and already over 60,000 ballots have been counted.
According to King County Elections officials, in 2016 they had only collected 10,659 ballots from drop boxes within the first 5 days of mailing. Meaning this year has seen an increase of 49,341 ballots.
🚨CORRECTION: In 2016 we had only collected ***10,659*** from drop boxes the first 5 days after mailing! Good job, King County!
The 16,000 number is turnout from the August Presidential Primary.
— King County Elections (@kcelections) October 19, 2020
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Those looking for a drop box can use King County’s interactive Google map that will give an overview as to where you can find the dropbox locations.
You can see the whole list of King County drop-off sites on the King County website.
If you’re outside of Seattle, you can use the Washington Secretary of State website, which provides all of the information you need.
The King County office has mailed out all ballots. If your ballot doesn’t arrive by October 19, email [email protected] or call 206-296-VOTE (8683).