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Primary election ballots due by Tuesday

07/26/2019

By MIKE HUFFMAN
Managing Editor

 

Summer breezes may make you feel fine, but it’s also time to return primary election ballots.

Locally, that means that ballots must be filled out and put in the mail – or dropped off at a local library before 8 p.m. – by Aug. 6.
Ballots can also be dropped off at the Spokane County Elections Office, 1033 W. Gardner Ave.; the Spokane Transit Plaza, 701 W. Riverside Ave.; or CenterPlace, 2426 N. Discovery Place.
In addition a slate of local races, there are two Spokane County measures:

  • Measure No. 1, Renewal of Spokane County Criminal Justice and Public Safety Sales Tax – This yes/no measure would continue a one-tenth of 1 percent countywide sales-and-use tax to be used by the county (and cities and towns) for criminal justice and public safety purposes.
  • Proposition 1, Renewal of Spokane County Library District regular Maintenance and Operations Levy – The Spokane County Library District board of trustees to restore its regular tax rate to 50 cents per $1,000 of assessed value in 2019 for collection in 2020.

Those who have questions regarding the election or ballot should call 477-2320.

 
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