Special Election ballots have been mailed
Special Election ballots have been mailed
Posted on 01/26/2018

Ballots for the February 13, 2018 Special Election have been sent to registered voters and must be mailed or dropped off in postage-free ballot drop boxes by election day to be counted.

The Puyallup School District has placed an Educational Programs and Operations Replacement Levy on the Special Election ballot to continue to support essential educational programs and acceptable levels of staffing.

The Pierce County Auditor’s Office began mailing local ballots to registered voters on January 26. Earlier this month the office sent ballots to military and U.S. citizens overseas.

Ballots must be postmarked or deposited in postage-free drop boxes located throughout the community by February 13, 2018 to be counted. All Washington state elections are vote-by-mail.

Ballot drop boxes are open 24 hours daily and will continue to accept ballots until 8 p.m. on Election Day. The drop boxes within the school district are located at:

Puyallup Library

324 South Meridian, Puyallup

South Hill Library

15420 Meridian Ave. E., Puyallup

Edgewood City Hall

2224 104th Ave. E., Edgewood

For more information about the Educational Programs and Operations Replacement Levy visit the Replacement Levy Election webpage on this site.

Below is a video about how the spring ballots will look slightly different. It is produced by the Pierce County Auditor’s Office.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SZ19YXluFtc&feature=youtu.be