November 03, 2008
Today's Mail-In Ballot Returns Stats

Through this evening, the percentage of mail-in ballots returned in the counties making such data available online (at least that this blogger is aware of):

King - 46.95%

Pierce [pdf] - 53.82%

Spokane [pdf] - 60.26%

Snohomish [pdf] - 51.74%

Clark - 58.65%%

Yakima [pdf] - 57.45%

Kittitas - 63.69%

Benton [pdf] (not included in original post): 62.98%

Note that King & Pierce still have poll voting available so ballot returns there are not a reflection of total potential ballots cast. Other variables in the percentages reported in larger counties, especially King, Pierce, and Snohomish, discussed here.

And yes, the numbers above indicate some potentially monstrous turnout in east of the Cascades. All I can say is: more, please.

UPDATE: Pierce County updated.

Posted by Eric Earling at November 03, 2008 08:15 PM | Email This
1. Looks like Snohomish's numbers have taken off from the abysmal turnout previously. I didn't expect it's low turnout thing to stick, but that's a pretty big uptick.

Don't know if that's good or bad or not. Probably good.

Posted by: Cliff on November 3, 2008 08:18 PM
2. Do those figures for King County include the ballots in the shed?

I wonder if we get to see Paul Berendt cry on TV again.

Posted by: Independent Voter on November 3, 2008 08:23 PM
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