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Next Election

  • 2024 August 6th Primary Election

    • Federal, State, Legislative, Municipal, and Judicial.
  • What's on the ballot?

  • Get your ballot in by:

    • Tuesday, August 6th, 8pm

How to Vote

  1. Register to Vote

  2. Receive Your Ballot in the Postal Mail

    Ballots will be mailed on Oct 18th and should arrive between Oct. 19th and 21st. Everyone should have received their ballot by Monday, Oct. 23rd. If voters haven’t seen it by then, they should call King County Elections at (206) 296-VOTE (8683) or visit their website.

    If needed, here's how to:
  3. Complete and Turn-In Your Ballot

    • Ballots may be returned to a ballot drop box or via US Postal mail (no stamp needed!).
    • Find your nearest Drop Box here.
    • Ballot drop boxes close at 8pm SHARP on Tuesday, November 7.
    • Ballots sent via US Postal mail must be postmarked on or before Tuesday, November 7. King County Elections recommends dropping your ballot in the mail by the Friday before the election to make sure it gets postmarked in time to get counted
    • Track your ballot and make sure your vote gets counted!


Who did the 46th District Democrats endorse?

Read the list here: 46th District Democrats endorsed candidates

Problems? Call King County Elections at 206-296-VOTE (8683) or visit one of their Vote Centers

New Voter? Watch this Video Guide from King County Elections ⬇️

Why to Vote?

Our elected officials shape the system we all live in. From how fair the tax and justice system are to the quality of our roads, sidewalks, and schools, the candidates we elect in November will make decisions that impact every aspect of our lives. A democracy only works for all of us when we all vote.

Ask Michelle Obama. She has a few thoughts on the subject.

 

Thank you for voting!

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