Ballot box to be placed in Langley

  • Wednesday, October 4, 2017 10:00am
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A ballot drop box is coming to Langley.

Mayor Tim Callison told the Langley City Council on Monday night that the ballot box will be placed in front of the Langley Post Office as part of a deal with Island County Election’s Office.

“You don’t even have to mail your ballot anymore,” Callison said. “You’ll be able to walk right over and drop it in. That means you can keep it to the very last minute.”

Langley voters have previously had to travel to Clinton, Freeland and Coupeville to deliver their votes.

“We’ll have that here and it’s supposedly going to be placed right next to the mail box that sits right out front,” Callison said.

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