Get Vote Ready! Resources for King County Voters
Last updated: October 15, 2020, at 10:57 a.m. PT
Originally published: September 22, 2020, at 7:36 a.m. PT
At the Y, we believe voting isn’t just a civic duty – it’s a critical part of our community’s work to ensure equity and justice for all. Create your early voting plan today by using the resources below.
Make Sure You’re Registered To Vote
Deadline: Monday, October 26th
Registering to vote has never been easier or more important. If you’re already registered, take two minutes to review your address and other registration information to make sure your ballot arrives on time.
Decide How You’ll Vote
Deadline: Tuesday, November 3rd by 8pm
Voters in Washington can vote in one of three ways: by placing their completed ballot in the mail, dropping it in a ballot box, or voting in-person between October 31st and November 3rd. Remember if you vote by mail, you do NOT need to add a stamp.
Set a Reminder
Once you have a plan in place, sign up for election reminders so that you don't miss important deadlines.
See What's on the Ballot
Don't have your Voter's Pamphlet nearby? You can see what's on the ballot in King County with this online resource.
Track Your Ballot
Use this online ballot tracker to see where your ballot is in the process or if there’s an issue with your signature.
Get Answers to Your Questions
Use and share these voter tools:
- Questions about vote by mail: Get the facts from Washington’s Secretary of State, including how to get a replacement ballot if you need it > Learn more
- Key dates to making your vote count: Find a detailed timeline, including when to expect your ballot, from King County Elections > Learn more