WASHINGTON-- We are two days away from Tuesday's historic election night, but what happens if you haven't received your ballot in the mail yet?
Secretary of State Sam Reed says contact your County Elections department as soon as possible and let them know you don't have your ballot, that way they can send you another one.
Your vote will count as long as it's post-marked by Tuesday. Reed says more than 3 million voters have received their ballots, and almost half have been returned.
And if you already have your ballot, and you want to drop it off in person, there are several drop-off sites nearby.
In Kennewick, you'll find one outside the Annex building at 5600 West Canal Drive. And in Pasco, there are two boxes outside the Trac building. In Richland, there's one at 101 Wellsian Way. Also, there's the Prosser Court House at 620 Market Street. And the Franklin County Annex building at 404 West Clark Street and the Franklin County Court House at 1016 North-Fourth Avenue.