Voters have just a few days left to get their ballots in the mail or a county drop box to qualify for the Nov. 5 General Election, and returns from Lynnwood are coming in at a slightly higher rate than those elsewhere throughout Snohomish County.
As of Oct. 30, 13.06 percent of ballots mailed to addresses in Lynnwood have already been returned to the Snohomish County Elections Division.
In Snohomish County overall, only 12.32 percent of ballots have been returned to the county elections office.
In addition to voting on statewide initiatives, a county council position, and various fire, hospital, school board and water district office positions, Lynnwood voters are making decisions on mayor and three city council positions and an EMS levy.
Voters who have questions regarding a missing ballot, or a ballot that they may have marked in error, may request a replacement ballot through Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 5; inquiries can be made by phone at 425-388-3444 or in person at the Snohomish County Elections Office at 3000 Rockefeller Ave. in Everett.