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10/30/2012

Return of ballots for November 6 general election

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Greg Kimsey, Clark County Auditor
Phone: (360) 397-2078

Tim Likness, Elections Director
Phone: (360) 397-2345

Return of ballots for November 6 General Election

Clark County, WA – The deadline to return voted ballots for the November 6 General election is rapidly approaching. Ballots being returned by mail must be postmarked by November 6 or earlier. Ballots being returned in person before election day need to be delivered to the County Elections Office at 1408 Franklin Street, Vancouver or deposited in the large red ballot drop box located one half block east of the Elections Office, on W. 14th Street. Normal business hours for the Elections Office are 8 AM to 5 PM, Monday through Friday. The Elections Office will also be open on Saturday, November 3, to accept voted ballots and issue replacement ballots. The red ballot drop box is available twenty-four hours a day.

We strongly urge anyone who has not yet received their ballot to contact our office as soon as possible. Waiting until election day will mean a long wait in line that can easily be avoided by contacting the Elections Department on or before this coming Saturday.

On election day only, an additional 34 ballot deposit locations throughout Clark County will be open from 7 AM until 8 PM to accept ballots. A list of the deposit locations can be found on the instructions included with your ballot, in the voters’ pamphlet and on the Elections Office website at www.clarkvotes.org.

Voters should follow the instructions included with their ballot to make sure their ballot is properly voted. For voters who have difficulties filling out their paper ballot, accessible voting units are available at the Elections Office. For information on accessible voting options, visit www.clarkvotes.org or call the Elections Office at (360) 397-2345.

Want more information on candidates and ballot measures? A voters’ pamphlet was sent to every residence in Clark County. The voters’ pamphlet is also available in print and audio format at www.clarkvotes.org. Extra voters’ pamphlets are also available at the Elections Office at 1408 Franklin Street, Vancouver.

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