Yakima voters flock to dropoff ballots

Yakima voters flock to dropoff ballots
Photo by Sarah Navoy, Action News

YAKIMA, Wash. -- Last minute voters kept the Yakima County Courthouse buzzing Tuesday. It's a race to the finish.

Voters dropping off ballots and asking questions lined the auditor's office. Drive up drop-off locations were also busy.

Some candidates went door to door to urge any undecided voters to turn in their ballots.

Several people say this election will bring big changes here in Washington.

"It's very important because it gives us the liberty to actually choose who you want to elect. So I think it's great we actually got the opportunity to choose and to vote," said last minute voter Andres Brandonburg.

The Yakima County Auditor tells us ten-thousand ballots came in the mail today alone.