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#4ThePeople: Haven’t voted yet or having trouble voting? Voter Service Centers can help you on Election Day

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SPOKANE, Wash. — Election Day is finally here! You can get your ballot by 8 p.m.

Haven’t voted yet or even registered to vote? Need to resolve a ballot issue? No problem.

Voter Service Centers will be open in Spokane County from 7am to 8pm for all your election day needs.

Spokane County’s two voter service centers are located at the Spokane County Elections Office and CenterPlace Events Center:

Spokane County Elections Office (Spokane)

  • 1033 W Gardner Ave.
  • Works from 7 am to 8 pm

CenterPlace Event Center (Spokane Valley)

  • 2426 N Discovery Pl.
  • Works from 7 am to 8 pm

You can register to vote or update your voter registration information at voter service centers.

It’s too late to do it online now, so your last chance is to meet in person.

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You can also get a new ballot or envelope, turn in a completed ballot, use an available voting block, and get any voting questions answered.

Washington is a vote-by-mail-only state, and you can track your vote every step of the way on Election Day.

If you have not yet voted in Spokane County, register to vote in person by dropping off your ballot at your nearest voter service center or drop box.

When the ballot is included, you can track his vote online at votewa.gov.

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