Political revolution, huh?
Political revolution, huh? Sean Nelson

Hey there. Good morning. Just a friendly reminder that there's a primary election in Washington State tomorrow and if you get a second you should probably GRAB YOUR FUCKING BALLOT, FILL IT THE FUCK OUT, AND PUT IT IN A FUCKING MAILBOX OR BALLOT DROP BOX.

As we explained in our endorsements, we've learned that everything is more convincing in all caps. We've also learned how you should vote in all the races on your ballot (except the uncontested ones or ones we forgot) and we've explained the answers to you right here.

For example: Do vote for the housing levy. Do not vote for the viaduct park. Do vote Tina Podlodowski for secretary of state. Definitely do not vote for anyone named McDermott for Congress.

If even these sentences are seeming like too much work, that's fine too. We made you a cheat sheet:

Look, we did the work for you.
Look, we did the work for you. The Stranger

So far, fewer than 14 percent of voters across the state have turned in their ballots, according to the Washington Secretary of State's Office, which last updated its numbers Friday night. In King County, just 12.4 percent of ballots have been returned. That means more people voted in this spring's pointless presidential primary than in this month's actually consequential state and local primary so far. Smart!

Ballots must be postmarked or placed in a ballot drop box by 8 p.m. tomorrow. The top two vote-getters in each race will advance to the November general election.

If you are a King County voter and lost your ballot, print one here.

If you already sent your ballot in and want to make sure it's going to get counted, track it here.

If you don't have any stamps, find a ballot drop box near you here.

If you can't even be bothered with that, tweet at me and I might just bring you a fucking stamp.