Ann Callin’s ballot was postmarked on the wrong side and returned to her. She was able to put it back into the mail, but even if she hadn’t, it would have been counted as a vote if received with an on-time postmark by the Pierce County Auditor’s Office by Nov. 29, according to Auditor Julie Anderson.
Ann Callin’s ballot was postmarked on the wrong side and returned to her. She was able to put it back into the mail, but even if she hadn’t, it would have been counted as a vote if received with an on-time postmark by the Pierce County Auditor’s Office by Nov. 29, according to Auditor Julie Anderson. Ann Callin Courtesy
Ann Callin’s ballot was postmarked on the wrong side and returned to her. She was able to put it back into the mail, but even if she hadn’t, it would have been counted as a vote if received with an on-time postmark by the Pierce County Auditor’s Office by Nov. 29, according to Auditor Julie Anderson. Ann Callin Courtesy