Ballots for the March 10 presidential primary are arriving in mailboxes throughout Yakima County this week. Auditor Charles Ross says they sent ballots to more than 119,000 registered voters. Voters are being asked to pick a party before choosing a candidate within that party for president. Ross says some voters don't like the fact that they have to choose a party before voting for a candidate and Ross says he understands that frustration. He says this is a political primary election to give information to political parties in the state. 13 democrats appear on the ballot for democrats and only one person, President Donald Trump appears for republicans.
The ballot is due on presidential primary day March 10.

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