Voters run out of time to mail in ballots after Thursday. Drop-off sites remain the best bet.

Thursday is the last day to mail ballots in for the Nov. 7 election.

After Nov. 2, ballots must be dropped off.

The biggest issue for most voters is Portland Community College's $185 million bond measure dedicated toward job-training centers, increasing the lifespan of facilities and reducing long-term costs.

Sherwood voters will be asked to approve the sales of recreational marijuana. Voters there also face the first of two elections — with the second one in March — to replenish the Sherwood City Council following a spate of resignations and recall efforts.

After Thursday, completed ballots should be dropped off at official collection sites in order to meet the election's 8 p.m. deadline next Tuesday, Nov. 7. A complete list of ballot drop-off sites can be found by going to the county elections office

Local drop-off sites that are open 24 hours per day include:

• Washington County Elections Office, 3700 S.W. Murray Blvd., Beaverton.

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

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

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

• Tualatin City Offices, 18880 S.W. Martinazzi Ave., Tualatin.

Local indoor drop-off sites include:

• Beaverton Library, 12375 S.W. Fifth St., Beaverton.

• Cedar Mill Library, 12505 N.W. Cornell Road, Portland.

Information about vote-by-mail, voter eligibility and other election matters may be found at the Washington County Elections Office website or by calling 503-846-5800.

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