Voting Information

Get information on voting and elections in King County

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 Interactive Voters' Guide to find out what's on your ballot and check your voting registration status. Just enter your name and zip code.

Find nonpartisan information on candidates and issues

Military and Overseas Voters Information
Information on the voting process for active-duty members of the Armed Forces and their families and United States citizens living outside of the U.S.

Nonpartisan Voter Ratings
Candidate evaluations from the Municipal League of King County

Vote411.org
A complete voters’ guide with election deadline and registration information, candidates, and ballot measure listings, from the League of Women Voters

How to Pick a Candidate (PDF)
Find candidates who represent your views using this guide from the League of Women Voters

Judicial Candidate Ratings
Ratings of candidates for appointment or election to King County Municipal, District, and Superior Courts, from the King County Bar Association

Voting for Judges
Impartial source of information about judicial elections in the state of Washington

Felons and Voting Rights
Information on voting rights in Washington State

Borrow books & other materials on voting & elections To find election-related materials in our collection, search the catalog for any of the following keywords: elections, civics, voting, or democracy.

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