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Of 21 official dropsites throughout the county, the only indoor drop box is in Garden Home.

PMG PHOTO: JOHN SCHRAG - Washington County election workers load up ballots from the official dropsite at the Forest Grove City Library to be counted in the May 2020 election. This year, all but one of Washington County's ballot dropsites is outdoors and accessible around-the-clock until 8 p.m. Election Day.The Washington County Elections Division says that all but one of its ballot dropsites are now accessible 24 hours, without having to enter a building.

The dropsites are available for voters to cast their ballots up until 8 p.m. Tuesday, May 18. There are 21 throughout Washington County.

Aloha Community Library, 17455 S.W. Farmington Road, Suite 26A

Banks City Hall/Library, 111 Market St.

Beaverton City Library, 12375 S.W. Fifth St. (box on Southwest Hall Boulevard)

Beaverton Murray Scholls Branch Library, 11200 S.W. Murray Scholls Place, Suite 102

Bethany Community Library, 15325 N.W. Central Drive, Suite J-8

Cedar Mill Community Library, 1080 N.W. Saltzman Road

Cornelius City Hall/Library, 1355 N. Barlow St.

Forest Grove City Library, 2114 Pacific Ave.

Garden Home Community Library, 7475 S.W. Oleson Road, Suite 6 (indoor drop box with limited hours)

Hillsboro Brookwood Public Library, 2850 N.E. Brookwood Pkwy.

Hillsboro Shute Park Public Library, 775 S.E. 10th Ave.

King City City Hall, 15300 S.W. 116th Ave.

North Plains City Hall, 31360 N.W. Commercial St.

Sherwood City Hall, 22560 S.W. Pine St.

Tigard City Hall, 13125 S.W. Hall Blvd.

Tualatin Public Library, 18880 S.W. Martinazzi Ave.

Washington County Elections Office, 2925 N.E. Aloclek Drive, Hillsboro

• Washington County Service Center East, 3700 S.W. Murray Blvd., Beaverton)

Washington County Sheriff's Office/Jail Parking Lot, 236 S.W. Dennis Ave., Hillsboro

West Slope Community Library, 3678 S.W. 78th Ave.

Westside Commons (formerly Washington County Fair Complex), 801 N.E. 34th Ave., Hillsboro

Ballots placed in an official election drop box outside of Washington County will still be counted as long as they are in by the 8 p.m. Election Night deadline. However, they may take longer to arrive in Washington County to be tallied and added to the vote count.

Ballots can also be mailed, although they must be mailed in time to be received by Tuesday, May 18. In Oregon, ballot envelopes do not require paid postage.

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