Clallam: Candidates wrapping up campaigns

Some candidates scurried about Saturday ringing doorbells, shaking hands and passing out literature in the waning hours of the all-mail election campaign.

And telephones were ringing as Democratic and Republican campaign workers called voters at home to remind them to be sure to vote by 8 p.m. Tuesday.

Clallam County elections officials reported Friday that 15,097 of 40,413 mail-in ballots — 37.4 percent — had been returned so far.

Precinct voting has been eliminated in Clallam County.

Ballots, which were mailed to registered voters Oct. 16, must be postmarked no later than Tuesday or dropped off no later than 8 p.m. Tuesday at the county Courthouse in Port Angeles, Sequim Motor Vehicle Licensing Office, 1001 E. Washington St., or at Forks District Court, 800 E. Division St.


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