Montesano, WA - Grays Harbor County is not among those being urged to add a second stamp to their ballots in the state's first presidential all-mail election. County Auditor Vern Spatz said this morning; "It is a larger ballot this time, but I tell you what you put one stamp on there and I guarantee you if it takes more than that to get delivered to us we'll pay the difference."
The Associated Press said recently that some counties, like Kitsap ballots, for example, will need two stamps. A state elections official, Sheryl Moss, says ballots vary by county and counties deal with the post office.
Postal Service spokesman Ernie Swanson says it delivers all ballots and asks counties later to make up any shortages.