DO THE THING The Stranger

You've read our August 1 primary election endorsements, sent us your angry e-mails, unearthed your democracy vouchers, and attended candidate forums. You're planning to find the nearest bar to watch the six mayoral front-runners debate/out-progressive each other.

But then what?

You have some options:

A) Wallow in your continued Trump despair, become a hermit, and never leave your house again

B) Use up your valuable lunch break to wait in line at the store to buy postage stamps

C) Sniff test all of your laundry—dude—and then walk/bike/take public transportation to your nearest FREE ballot drop box

Spoiler alert: (A) isn't actually an option! Your local elections still matter!!!

King County Elections/Google Maps

On July 12, King County Elections officials installed 10 new ballot boxes in time for the August primary. Three of those boxes opened in Seattle at the Garfield Community Center, Rainier Beach Community Center, and Magnolia Park.

The smart folks at the elections office also made this rad map of every ballot box in King County.

Now that you know where to go, reference our handy primary election cheat sheet, fill out your ballot, and GET YOURSELF TO YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD BALLOT BOX.