Nine Days Left! Last Chance to Register! 2020
After two long years of candidates declaring for office, the early campaign with so many candidates, the winnowing through the primary campaign season, our historic Primary, and the bizarre realities of campaigning safely during the Covid-19 pandemic, General Election Day 2020 is finally just nine days away.
Monday, October 26th, is the last day to register to vote online in Washington. If someone you know needs to register, if they have a Washington Driver's License or ID card, they can register to vote online, as the state has their signature. Click here to register.
What can you do to ensure a stable, rational government for the next term at the Federal and State levels?
1. CHECK with your FRIENDS and FAMILY - if they haven't voted, do they have a plan to vote? More information below.
2. Have YOU VOTED? - send your ballot early to avoid postal delays or drop in a King County Ballot Drop Box.
3. VOTE your WHOLE ballot! It is important to vote Trump out of office, but our state and nation can't recover without great elected officials at all levels. For our recommendations for all races on your ballot, click here.
4. VOLUNTEER! We especially need help with the Monday night phone bank on October 26, and with our district's adopted swing district campaign - the T'wina Nobles for Senate phone bank on Thursday, October 28th. Links below:
Upcoming Phone Banks
Join the 46th District Democrats' GOTV efforts and phone bank with us Every Monday and Thursday evening until the General Election!
- General Democratic Turnout Boost
- Mon, October 26, 5pm – 7:30pm
- Training begins at 5pm
- Event Registration: NGP VAN Phonebank
- Phonebank for T'wina Nobles, WA State Senate Candidate - 28th LD
- Thurs, October 29, 5pm – 7:30pm
- Training begins at 5pm
- Register on the event page: click here
Have you Voted? Make a Plan to Vote!
1) Don't have your ballot?
- If you have not received your ballot already, call King County Elections voter hotline at 206-296-VOTE (8683).
- Their voter hotline can verify your registration and give you instructions on replacing your ballot.
2) Need to return your ballot?
- You can return your ballot by mail (no postage needed)
- You can return your ballot at an official King County Elections drop box.
- For a list and map of drop boxes, click here.
2) Vote your WHOLE ballot
- Every Presidential year, many voters skip the races farther down the ballot, and just vote for President and Governor.
- All of the offices on your ballot are critical to the well-being of our government, and the passage or failure all of the ballot measures will have significant impact.
- We urge you to use our recommendations, found here: Ballot recommendations General Election 2020
3) Be sure to Sign and Date your outer envelope
- Each general election, thousands of ballots cannot be counted because the voter forgot to sign their envelope. Be sure to sign yours!
- Also be sure to date your envelope, as if the postmark is unreadable, the election office uses the handwritten date to determine if the ballot can be counted as on time.
4) Vote as early as you can, no later than 8:00pm on November 3rd!
- After October 27, we recommend strongly that you drop your ballot in a drop box or at an in-person vote center instead of mailing it.
- The ballot drop boxes close at 8pm SHARP on November 3rd.
Thank you for all you can do in the upcoming election. We are also posting on our website calendar other ways to be active as well as election information.
This is the home stretch, Just 9 more days!