Clallam: More than 6,000 voters listed as inactive

Wondering why you haven’t received your mail-in ballot for the general election?

You could be one of thousands of Clallam County residents whose voter registration has been declared “inactive” because elections officials have not received your “complete physical mailing address.”

The Clallam County Auditor’s Office, which oversees the county elections department, sent out letters Tuesday to 6,085 residents whose voter registration has been declared inactive.

Those inactive voters have until Nov. 4 to complete the form by writing in their physical address and return it to the auditor’s office.

The form can be returned via the U.S. Postal Service, a telephone call, e-mail or in person at the auditor’s office in the Clallam County courthouse, 223 E. 4th St.

Ballots may be issued in person at the auditor’s office on election day, Nov. 5.


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