State Elections Division almost ready for November election

Saturday, October 13, 2018

Information from Secretary of State Kym Wyman

The Elections Division is in the homestretch of preparations for the November General Election.

Ballots have already been sent out to overseas voters and will be distributed statewide next week.

If you’re eligible and not yet registered to vote, you’ll need to visit a county elections office before October 29th to register in person. (see below)

Visit to verify your registration details. If you’ve moved or changed your name, you’ll need to visit the King county elections office to update your information.

Wyman stated, "I’ve been working hard to balance access to the ballot with election security, and I’m confident we’ve been successful on both."

Over the past few months, the Secretary of State's office has been helping all eligible Washington citizens get onto the voter rolls and have convenient access to secure elections. This effort has included voter-registration drives, partnerships with government defense and security agencies, free return postage for all vote-by-mail ballots, and national summits to shape the future of elections security.

Register in person before October 29:
Elections Annex
King County Administration Building
500 4th Avenue, Room 440
Seattle, WA 98104 Get directions
Hours: Monday - Friday from 8:30am - 1pm and 2pm - 4:30pm.

For driving directions, parking information, and public transit to the Elections Annex, see the King County Administration Building location and directions..


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