Mail Voting

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In Washington, most of the state is "all-mail" voting. For many reasons, I dislike mail voting, most particularly because it is far more prone to intentional and unintentional error. I've written a lot about this in the past and won't do it again right now.

Even if you live in a county that has "all-mail" voting, you can vote in person, either on a voting machine, or with your paper ballot. You can drop off your ballot at the county auditor's office (or perhaps other locations, like certain libraries in Snohomish County). Check with your county auditor for more information.

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