Younger, 'stamp-less' voters use ballot drop-off locations


SEATTLE - Students came by the thousands to a King County elections van on the University of Washington's Red Square on Monday. They were casting their ballots in advance of Tuesday's 8 p.m. deadline.

"I looked up online drop-off points and I saw there was one here on campus and it was perfect," University of Washington senior Angie Hudkins said.

Hudkins said she didn't have any stamps to mail her ballot with. "Everything's moved to, like, online bill pay so stamps aren't quite as necessary as they once were," she explained.

Stamp-less students are one reason King County Elections chose Red Square as one of five ballot drop-off locations in Seattle. Elections monitors in Red Square said the location has been extremely popular. 

Pierce County ballot drop locations are listed here and King County ballot drop box and van locations can be found here.