Election worker Jennifer Nichols carries a box of ballots after completing a signature verification process on Thursday, Oct. 22, at the Whatcom County Auditor's Office in Bellingham, Wash. Voters mailing ballots need use only one stamp as the county will pay for the extra postage required on the heavier-than-usual ballots.
Election worker Jennifer Nichols carries a box of ballots after completing a signature verification process on Thursday, Oct. 22, at the Whatcom County Auditor's Office in Bellingham, Wash. Voters mailing ballots need use only one stamp as the county will pay for the extra postage required on the heavier-than-usual ballots. Evan Abell The Bellingham Herald
Election worker Jennifer Nichols carries a box of ballots after completing a signature verification process on Thursday, Oct. 22, at the Whatcom County Auditor's Office in Bellingham, Wash. Voters mailing ballots need use only one stamp as the county will pay for the extra postage required on the heavier-than-usual ballots. Evan Abell The Bellingham Herald

Extra-heavy ballots still reach Whatcom elections office

October 22, 2015 03:55 PM