Return your ballot at a ballot drop box or at a ballot drop-off van (temporary collection point) without needing a first class stamp. By law, ballots cannot be accepted at ballot return locations after 8:00 p.m. on Election Day.
Ballots returned via the U.S. Postal Service require one first class stamp. Visit the U.S. Postal Service website for more information on collection boxes or postage rates.
How do I use a ballot drop box or van?
Carefully follow the instructions on the ballot envelope.
Place the ballot in the security envelope, seal all envelopes, and sign the outer envelope.
Deposit your ballot packet into the box at the permanent or temporary (van) location.
Please note, some drop boxes are not open for every election. Check this website and your voters' pamphlet for a list of drop boxes for each election.We encourage voters to return ballots early in order to be included in election night results and to allow time to resolve any issues that might arise with a signature.
How do I know my ballot is secure?
Ballots are collected regularly from each drop box by King County Elections. Two official elections workers are present at the temporary locations serviced by a van. Regardless of location, two official election works use a chain of custody process to transport all ballots.Ballot packets are delivered to the Elections facility where they are processed with other returned mail ballots. The signature on every ballot is checked against the voter’s registration file and, if it matches, the ballot moves forward.
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~Turned grey prematurely
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TEAM TROY, we are a bunch of fanatics that happen to be really good in the Seattle real estate business. Sure we could exploit systems, alter perceptions, and make more money for the sake of having more, but that’s boring – everyone does that. We’ve come to realize that work should be about increasing our standard of giving, not our standard of living. What keeps us going is our daily fear of dropping dead while doing something useless. We continually aim to be better agents, better neighbors, better partners, better parents, and better people with the singular goal of making folks like you better off than you were before you met us.
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“Here at TeamTroy we have found that when we make our only goal, that of making others around us better off than they were before they met us, then everything else just falls in line. This simple mindset protects us from the status quo in real estate, and keeps us obsessed with results.”
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//WISE. Good judgement. Make important choices despite ambiguity. Always strategize.
//OPEN. No walls. Ensure everyone we meet has the same idea of who we are.
//IMPACT. Life is never about us. We strive to make a difference in at least one person’s life daily.
//CURIOUS. Hate the status quo. Learn something from everyone.
//CREATIVE. Challenge the traditional. Incessantly innovate around obstacles and design simplicity.
//BRAVE. Today is not just another day. Never be afraid to try what no one else will do.
//TENACIOUS. Never quit. As others drop back, we run faster.
//CANDID. Honest and blunt. Never alter perceptions but adjust the context.
//SELFLESS. Be salt. Make everything else taste better.
Frequently, when talking about any new real estate market, you go in b
"Calm, Cool, and Collected. We had a tough sell with several bumps in the road. We lost a couple buyers due to problems on their end, and Troy was able to keep everything on track and eventually get our house sold for a great price. I believe he always had our best interests in mind, kept us positive, and gave us a great result. In his words, it was a bumpy ride with a smooth landing. Thanks Troy."