Ballots need to be postmarked by today or dropped off at an election box by 8 pm tonight to be counted in the Primary.
Ballots will vary throughout Grays Harbor. 3 candidates are in the running for an Aberdeen City Council position in Ward 6, and a seat on the Hospital board with those races becoming 2 person races following tonight’s results.
4 separate measures for emergency medical and ambulance services are featured across the county, along with Sheriff Rick Scott running unopposed for his office.
Officials predict that tonight’s voter turnout will be about 30 percent, which is similar to other odd numbered years.
Secretary of State Kim Wyman said that while odd-year elections normally have lower turnout due to a lack of attention-grabbing statewide races.
Ballots can be turned in at drop boxes throughout the county, or at the Grays Harbor County Auditor’s Office in Montesano.