Ballot boxes are now open for the August 2 Primary Election and Elections Director Julie Wise marked the occasion this week with ribbon cuttings at new ballot drop boxes at both Fairwood Library in Renton and Lake City Library. Wise was joined at Lake City Library by Executive Dow Constantine, Councilmember Rod Dembowski, State Rep. Gerry Pollet, State Sen. David Frockt, Amanda Clark, President of League of Women Voters Seattle King County, Laura Flores Cantrell, Co-chair of the Seattle Immigrant Voting Task Force, Mark Mendez, North District Council Co-Chair, along and other local elected officials.
A total of 29 drop boxes will be available for this Primary Election followed by 14 more boxes for the November General Election. A total of 43 ballot drop boxes will increase access and convenience for voters across King County.
For a complete list of boxes visit our website. Boxes are open 24 hours a day until August 2 at 8 p.m.
Lake City Library
Pictured left to right: Julie Wise, Elections Director; Mark Mendez, North District Council Co-Chair; Laura Flores Cantrell, Co-chair of the Seattle Immigrant Voting Task Force; Dow Constantine, King County Executive; Rod Dembowski, County Councilmember; Gerry Pollet, State Rep
Pictured left to right: Reagan Dunn, County Councilmember; Julie Wise, Elections Director; and Gary Wasdin, Director of the King County Library System.