If you haven’t mailed in your ballot, do it! All ballots must either be postmarked or dropped off in person by 8 p.m. tonight! Unsure how to vote? Check out our Voter’s Guide Round-Up.
Still not sure who to vote for Mayor? Join the club! We heard from Phil Greely that Mallahan told KIRO that he would try to save the Wallingford Senior Center, and even says he plans to cut $91K from the mayor’s office budget to make it happen, if that helps make your decision. Oddly, he didn’t mention this to us when we met him and introduced ourselves in person yesterday. He may have been miffed about being called the Synergator.
Finally, Jacqui has the down and dirty on how to get your ballot in on time if you want to save the cost of a stamp:
Your ballot DOES require a stamp – one first class stamp to be exact. (It’s not free, as you might expect.) Voters do have the option to drop their ballots off for the cost of shoe leather if you walk, or gas if you drive. There are multiple ballot drop-off locations. The closest to Wallingford is across I-5 at the Seattle Neighborhood Service Center in the U-District: 4534 University Way NE. A complete list, including places you can drive to and feasibly park, available here: http://www.kingcounty.gov/elections/news/2009/October/16_youvevoted.aspx