Has your vote been counted? Here’s how to check in Washington state
It’s primary election day Tuesday.
You don’t need a stamp, but ballots must be postmarked — not just mailed — by 8 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 6, or placed in an election dropbox by that time.
If you haven’t received a ballot, you can still go to your county auditor’s office to get one and cast your votes.
Voting results are expected online at tricityherald.com about 8:30 p.m. Tuesday and in print in Wednesday’s Tri-City Herald.
You can find a rundown of candidates and ballot issues online at tricityherald.com in our Elections section.