Where is my nearest polling place?

Washington is a vote-by-mail state.  Every voter is sent a ballot for each election in which they are eligible.  We no longer have polling places.  We do offer a limited number of accessible voting sites for those who can benefit from a ballot marking device.

The hours and locations of our accessible voting sites are listed on the inserts that accompany your mail ballot, in the local voters’ pamphlet and on our website.

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1. When will I receive my ballot?
2. I want to vote in person on a machine. Where can I vote in person?
3. Where is my nearest polling place?
4. I didn’t get a Local Voters’ Pamphlet. How can I get one?
5. Why did I get a Local Voters’ Pamphlet but not a ballot?
6. How can I get a replacement ballot?
7. How do I return my voted ballot?
8. Is it safe to return my ballot through the mail?
9. What software and hardware does your elections office use?
10. How do I find out who is the incumbent in an elected office?