Vote. It Matters!

Vote. It Matters!

Voting matters. Let the King County Library System (KCLS) help you find fact-based, nonpartisan resources to make voting easy, interesting and empowering.

Vote. It Matters!

Voting matters. Let the King County Library System (KCLS) help you find fact-based, nonpartisan resources to make voting easy, interesting and empowering.

Important Election Dates

July 14 • Ballots mailed for Primary Elections

July 15 • Ballot Drop Boxes open

August 3 • Primary Election Day

October 13 • Ballots mailed for General Elections

October 14 • Ballot Drop Boxes open

November 2 • Election Day

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Register to Vote or Update Your Address

Visit the Washington Secretary of State to register or change your voter profile online 24 hours a day.

Find Out What's on Your Ballot

You may be in the same city but in a different school or fire district than your neighbors across the street. If so, you'll have different issues and candidates on your ballot. Use the King County Elections My Voter Information to find out what's on your ballot and check your voter registration resources.

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Find Your District

King County residents can view their congressional, legislative, county council and city council voting districts.

Ballot Boxes and Accessible Voting Centers

Return your ballot and visit vote centers at a library near you.

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Reliable Election Analyses and Results

Nonpartisan sources to find the most recent election results.

Recommended Reads

Voting and Elections

Explore the history and current state of voting and elections in the United States.

Recommended databases

Databases for Election Research

Online databases that can keep you informed on local and national issues and elections.
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