Register to Vote:
The November 8th State General election is coming up! Make sure you are registered to vote. You have until October 31 to register online or November 8 by 8pm to register in person at your County Elections Office. If you have not received your ballot and you are registered to vote, you can request a replacement ballot or print it online through your local County Elections website. Ballots are mailed out by October 21. If you have not received your ballot by October 24, call King County Elections at (206) 296-8683. You can also submit your registration via mail. Visit the King County registration page for more information. You can find information for other counties on the Washington State registration page.
Don’t know if you’re registered to vote? Check the status here.
What’s on the ballot this year?
In addition to the above candidates we are endorsing, don’t forget to look over other positions that are up for election including U.S. Senate, U.S House, State Senate, State Supreme Court, and a number of municipal government seats.
While there are no statewide ballot measures, there is one for King County you can also review.
Submitting your Ballot:
You’ve filled out your ballot, now what? If you are voting by mail, you must locate your ballot drop box. If voting in person, you must go to your designated Voting Center. Here is a map to identify ballot boxes and Voting Centers by county.
If you are in King County, you can find your nearest ballot box here.
Don’t forget to check out our candidate endorsements this year, put forth by your Political Advocacy Working and approved by 98% of membership!