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Matt Singer on September 19, 2006 - 11:07am
Today is primary day in Washington, but that term has a slightly different meaning these days. Most voters in Washington now vote by mail. In fact, only five Washington counties continue to have traditional polling places. Universal vote-by-mail increases turnout in elections, receives rave reviews from voters, and can actually save governments money. For more, check out Progressive States' LegAlert on the subject.