With the Primary Election just one week away, voters are reminded to vote and return their ballot by Tuesday, August 6.
Ballots can be returned in an official ballot drop box until 8:00 pm on Election Day. Drop box locations are listed on the insert enclosed with the ballot, in the Local Voters’ Pamphlet, or on the Auditor’s website.
If returning your ballot by mail, a stamp is not required, County Auditor Debbie Adelstein said. Ballots still need to be postmarked no later than August 6, however. Voters are encouraged to check the last collection time posted on the mailbox if waiting until Election Day to mail their ballot. Ballots deposited after the last collection time on Election Day will not have a valid postmark and can’t be counted.