Voters can register by mail through Tuesday

By Evan Smith

Anyone who plans to register to vote by mail will get an extra day.

Voters can send a form with a postmark of Tuesday, Oct. 11, because the deadline of 29 days before the Nov. 8 election falls on Monday, Oct. 10, the Columbus Day holiday.

Mail registration forms are available at the auditor’s office, 3000 Rockefeller Ave, Everett, at any local library or at some other government offices. Forms also are available online.

Voters who register by mail need to send them in time to get an Oct. 11 postmark. That means being aware of pick-up times at local post offices.

Monday, Oct. 10 still is the last day for voters to register online or to update an existing registration.

Voters can register online.

In person registration is at Snohomish County Elections, County auditor’s office, 3000 Rockefeller Ave., Everett, First Floor, Administration Building West.

New Washington voters may register through Oct. 31, but after Monday, Oct. 10, they must register in person at the Snohomish County auditor’s office in Everett.

The Auditor’s Office is on the first floor of the Snohomish County Administration West Building, 3000 Rockefeller Ave,, Everett, and is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. The Auditor’s Office will be open normal business hours on Columbus Day, Monday, Oct. 10.

Evan Smith can be reached at schsmith@frontier.com.

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