The August 7 Primary features state and local races. The Primary will narrow the field of candidates to the top two in each race for the General Election. Only Precinct Committee Officer races in which two more candidates filed within the same precinct and political party will appear on the ballot. Results of PCO races are final and those candidates do not move on to the General. In addition, several local fire districts will have emergency medical services levies on the ballot.
May 11 - Resolutions due
May 14 - 18 - Candidate Filing
May 14 - 21 - Candidate withdrawal period
May 25 - Candidate statement/photos due
June 22 - Military/overseas ballots mailed
June 22 - Drop boxes open
July 9 - Last day to register or change/update address online or by mail
July 18 - Voters’ Pamphlet mailed
July 19 - Ballots mailed
July 30 - Last day for in-person registration (new Washington voters)
August 7 - Election Day (drop boxes and accessible voting locations close at 8pm)
August 21 - Election certified
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.