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#4ThePeople: Where to drop off your ballot and how to find your polling place

One of the many drop-off boxes in Spokane County.

SPOKANE, Wash. — Election Day is one day away, and there’s still time to both register and cast your vote.

In Washington, the deadline to register to vote is Nov. 8 at 8 p.m. You must do this at the county elections office.

Those who simply need to return their ballot can drop it in a special ballot box or get it postmarked via USPS by 8:00 p.m. Tuesday. No stamp required.

Here are a few places you can drop off your ballot in the Inland Northwest:

Here’s where you can drop off your ballot in the Spokane area:

  • Public libraries
    • Airway Heights Library
    • Argonne Library
    • Central library
    • Cheney Library
    • Deer Park Library
    • Fairfield Library
    • Hillyard Library
    • Liberty Lake Library
    • Medical Lake Library
    • Moran Prairie Library
    • North Spokane Library
    • Otis Orchards Library
    • Shadle Park Library
    • Spokane Valley Library
  • Other places
    • Electoral service
    • CenterPlace Event Center
    • Latakh City Hall
    • Millwood Town Hall
    • Rockford City Hall
    • Spokane County Courthouse
    • Spokane Transit Authority Plaza
    • Beehive
    • Waverley Town Hall

Indian Trail Library and South Hill Library are closed due to library construction.

Those voting in Idaho can also register until 8:00 p.m. on Election Day, but must do so in person at their county election office.

Idaho voters will need to go to a designated polling place on Election Day to cast their ballot. You can find your polling place by entering your address here.

RELATED: #4ThePeople: 4 News Now’s guide to voters for the 8 November general election

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