Democracy is at its best when immigrants, refugees and people of color are engaged and represented at all levels by people that come from our communities and act in our interests.
Ensuring our communities are registered to vote to make their votes count and voices heard is a crucial part of building our political power. On Election Day, we formally express our opinions and tell elected leaders what is important to us.
Use these links to register yourself or others to vote:
Who Can Vote?
In order to vote, you must be a citizen of the U.S., 18 years of age or older as of the day of the election, a resident of Washington State and a registered voter.
How do I register to vote?
If you have not yet registered to vote, register by clicking one of our links available in a variety of langagues.
How do I cast my vote?
You can vote by mailing in your ballot by election day.
Voting by Mail
You will receive your ballot in the mail about three weeks before Election Day.
Be sure to read the instructions so you can fill out your ballot correctly. You can mail your ballot any time before the election or drop it off at a drop box.