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2024 Elections


February 13 - Special Election

March 12 - Presidential Primary

April 23 - Special Election

August 6 - Primary Election

November 5 - General Election


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The WA Secretary of State’s office is the official source for information about elections in Washington State. Check out VoteWA.gov: your Voter registration and ballot management portal. You can see what's on your ballot, find out the status of your ballot after you send it off, and more.


Here's some good information about Voting in Washington State.

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Learn more about voting and your representatives


You do not need to ask for an absentee ballot in Washington. All registered voters will be sent a ballot at least 18 days before the election.

Read more here.

Your Vote,” a free, 20-page online publication designed to educate and empower voters as they exercise their civic duty is available, thanks to the League of Women Voters of Washington and the Spokane Spokesman-Review newspaper.


You can look up your legislative and congressional districts here.

You can find your precinct and the voting districts you live in at the Clark County Auditor's site which has other information on Clark County elections.

We annually publish a list of those men and women at all levels of government who have been elected to represent you. The 2024 version is online. Called "They Represent You," this handy list includes names, positions and contact information. 

Curious about the 9 State Executive Branch offices we elect every 4 years here in Washington? Read all about it!

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This publication has answers to all your questions about voting in Washington state.

Learn about the candidates on your ballot


You can compare candidates side-by-side at our nonpartisan online voter guide. Here’s a one minute video telling you about the site. 

Before the Primary and General elections the League sponsors candidate forums

Read our brochure “How to Pick a Candidate."
 
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