Hi there! We've been harping on it all day and we'll stop soon, but this is your last friendly li'l reminder to VOTE OHMYGOD PLEASE VOTE YES ON PROP 1 if you live in King County. A lot of Metro bus service is at stake—for kids in high school, for people who are elderly or disabled, for commuters, for people who like to bus home from the bar instead of driving drunk, for all sorts of people. Even if you don't use the bus, if you use roads, they'll be so much more fucked if there are fewer buses.

If you have your ballot handy, go fill it out (YES on Prop 1) and mail it in!

This is what a ballot drop box looks like
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  • This is what a ballot drop box looks like!
BUT I DON'T HAVE A STAMP. That's okay! You can drop it off at one of the locations on this mobile-device-friendly map. For example:

• The drop box outside the Ballard library (5614 22nd Ave NW)
• The downtown drop box (500 Fourth Ave)
• The van parked in Red Square on the UW campus (4000 15th Ave NE)
• The van parked outside Rainier Community Center (4600 38th Ave S)

And there's way more locations! But you have to drop it off by 8 p.m. tonight.

I DON'T EVEN HAVE MY BALLOT. That is, miraculously, not even a problem! You can fill out a ballot online, print it out, and then mail, fax, or e-mail it to King County Elections. Wanna do that? Start here. Note: If you do choose to fax or e-mail it, you'll still have to send your printed-out ballot packet in afterward.

I NEED AUDIO/VISUAL HELP VOTING (or I want/need to do it in person). Cool! There are "accessible voting centers" in Bellevue, Renton, and at Seattle's Union Station (401 S Jackson St). Bring photo ID. Open till 8 p.m.

I STILL HAVE MORE QUESTIONS. Try King County Elections' website. Or, and I recommend this because they're friendly and helpful, call (206) 296-VOTE. That's (206) 296-8683.

There's three hours left. Even Macklemore wants you to vote yes on Prop 1. So does everyone in local politics ever. DO IT.