Tomorrow’s [Tuesday’s] primary election in Washington is focused mostly on local races, from city councils to school boards. There are two races where appointed legislators will try to win their seats for full teams.
It’s an unusual election in that major changes approved by the legislature this year are taking effect.
For example, in the past, people who wanted to vote in Washington needed to register at least a month before the election. But now that has all changed.
“Basically now, there are no deadlines," said Spokane County Auditor Vicky Dalton.