Voters’ pamphlets will be arriving in your mailbox soon. Read on...
November 8 Presidential General Election
Prepare to vote in the upcoming Presidential Election. Register or update your registration online or by mail by Monday, October 10. You may register in person at the Auditor's Office by Monday, October 31.
Ballots will be mailed to registered voters on October 20. You may return your voted ballot any time after you receive it, and it must be postmarked by Election Day. Save postage by returning your ballot to one of our drop boxes until 8pm on November 8, or visit one of our mobile drop box vans when they are in your area.
Note: Due to the large number of state and local measures on the ballot, $0.68 postage is needed to return your ballot by mail (one first class stamp and a $0.22 stamp – or simply use two first class stamps). As has always been the case, the Auditor's Office accepts ballots returned to us with insufficient postage.
Voters' pamphlets will be mailed to every household, regardless of voter registration status. Your ballot may not contain races or measures contained in the voters' pamphlet. View voters' pamphlet statements specific to your ballot at www.myvote.wa.gov . Copies may be available at Sno-Isle Library branches and the Everett Public Library.
Last day to register online or by mail - Monday, October 10
Last day to update an existing registration - Monday, October 10
Last day to register in-person - Monday, October 31
Voters' pamphlets mailed - Saturday, October 8
Ballots mailed - Thursday, October 20
First day to return a ballot - As soon as you can - don't wait
Last day to return a ballot through the mail - Postmarked by Election Day, Tuesday, November 8
Last day to return a ballot through a drop box - Election Day, Tuesday, November 8 at 8pm
Register to Vote or Verify An Existing Registration
Please note that 17.5 year-olds may register but will not appear in the look-up system or receive a voter registration card until their 18th birthday.
Register to Vote
Update/Cancel Your Registration
Military and Overseas Voters