Asotin County school levies and bond ballots have been mailed to voters

ASOTIN, WA - Ballots are on their way to voters in Asotin county, with the February levy election just weeks away.

On February 11th, voters have the chance to approve or deny two levies and a bond for their respective schools. The Asotin-Anatone School District is asking residents to approve a two year levy of approximately $1.5 million dollars per year.

In Clarkston, voters can approve or reject a $38 million bond for school renovations, and a four year levy of almost $5 million dollars per year.

"Ballots go in the mail today," said Asotin County Auditor, Darla McKay. "So hopefully look for them tomorrow in your mailbox or on Monday. We inundate our little post office here in Asotin with 13,802 ballots this morning."

You can mail your ballots in, but must be postmarked by eleventh. Or drop them off in three ballot boxes around the county by 8 p.m. of election day. Ballot boxes are located at the Asotin County Courthouse, behind the Clarkston City Council chambers, and behind Lincoln Middle School in the Heights.