Election Roundup: The leaders, the trailers and ballot drop-off sites

Election Roundup: The leaders, the trailers and ballot drop-off sites

Reed College political science professor, Paul Gronke, and KATU's political reporter, Patrick Preston, joined KATU's Steve Dunn on "Your Voice, Your Vote" this Sunday to analyze possible outcomes in Tuesday's election.
 
From Portland’s mayoral contest to the President of the United States, the three delved into the nuances and polling data of the hot local and state races from both Oregon and Washington. Watch the entire show by clicking on the "Play Video" button above.

Additionally, every "Your Voice, Your Vote" show that aired this year can be found under KATU politics' video section. It's a great place to watch or re-watch shows dealing with the hot topics and candidates this election season.

Included also is the KATU debate between Washington's gubernatorial candidates, Republican Rob McKenna and Democrat Jay Inslee – a closely watched race that has been tight for months.

Meanwhile, if you still need to vote, it's too late to mail your ballot in the state of Oregon. You'll need to drop it off at an official drop-off site by 8 p.m. Election Day, which is Tuesday, Nov. 6. Use the secretary of state's website to find an official drop-off site anywhere in the state.

In Washington, ballots must be postmarked on Election Day. But voters can drop them off at official drop boxes by 8 p.m. that day. Use the Washington secretary of state's ballot drop-off finder to find one near you.