Today is election day 2021. Auditor Charles Ross says he expects 33-34% of the ballots to be returned, but so far the number of ballots is not even close to those numbers. If you waited until the last minute, you have until Tuesday 8:00 p.m. to deposit your ballot by mail or in a drop box.
Don’t forget to sign this voting envelope
Auditor Charles Ross reminds voters to remember to sign the ballot envelope.
You do not need a stamp to send your ballot by mail. You can also drop your ballot into a drop box. Drop boxes are located throughout the county, including town halls and town halls. To find the location of a drop box near you, simply click on the link
As of Monday, 18% had been returned to the Office of Auditors
Ross says his office sent out 128,423 ballots to registered voters in the county. On Monday, 23,651 or 18.6 percent of the ballots were returned to the Yakima County auditors office. If you are looking for information about the candidates and the issues, all registered voters have received guides from local and national voters.
Some ballots are busy, others are simple
Depending on where you live, it will be a busy poll with municipal and regional elections as well as proposals in Selah and Yakima. In Yakima, city council seats are open in Districts 2, 4 and 6. A Yakima County commission seat is also up for election.
Interviews for KIT city council candidates are available on the KIT website at newstalkkit.com
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