Voters want to know…are two stamps needed to mail General election ballots? The short answer is no. Ballots will be delivered to the Auditor’s office with only one stamp. Due to the number of races and measures on this year’s ballot, the ballot is extraordinarily large. Although the Auditor’s office did tests with the mailing house that processes the ballots, and it appeared that additional postage would not be required, once final printing and assembly was completed the ballot packets are slightly overweight. Any postage due amount on ballot packets will be paid for by the Auditor’s office says Debbie Adelstein, County Auditor. Remember, if you use a county ballot drop box, no postage at all is required. See our website or the informational flyer in your ballot packet for drop box locations.
For additional information contact: Diana Bradrick, Chief Deputy Auditor, (360) 778-5130.