Franklin County put about 25,000 ballots in the mail Tuesday, giving early bird voters a 20-day head start on Washington's general election.
And Benton County is set today to mail ballots to about 86,000 registered voters.
Ballots may be mailed back to the auditor's offices in the respective counties or taken to the offices in person by Election Day.
Ballots that are mailed must have a first-class stamp provided by the voter.
Both counties also provide drop boxes.
In Benton County they are at the Benton County Courthouse, 620 Market St., in Prosser; the Auditor's Office at 5600 W. Canal Drive, Kennewick; the Auditor's Office at 101 Wellsian Way, Suite E, Richland; Benton City Hall, 708 Ninth St.; and at the Benton County Justice Center, 7122 W. Okanogan Place, Kennewick.
Voters who have lost or damaged their ballot may request a replacement by going to any of the three auditor's offices in Benton County, or call 786-5618 or 736-3085; or visit www.bentonelections.com to make the request.
Franklin County has drop boxes in Pasco at TRAC, 6600 Burden Blvd., and at the elections center, 116 N. Third Ave.
The county provides replacement ballots on request at the courthouse only, 1016 N. Fourth Ave., in Pasco.