By this time next week, 105,000 Yakima County voters will have a ballot available for the November election. County Elections Manager Kathy Fisher says ballots should arrive by the Oct. 17.

Fisher says since the Aug. 7 primary election, 3,682 people became new voters in the county. But that's still about 700 less than signed up in 2008. If you haven't registered yet you still have time; walk into the Auditors Office and fill out the forms by Oct. 29.