Now help others vote by sharing these resources!
- The Progressive Voters Guide, from our friends at Fuse, is now available for eight states. Please share with friends and family in CA, CO, MI, WI, TX, PA, and VA, as well as here in Washington. Notice that many of these states have potentially impactful races for Democrats!
- Your Democratic legislative districts (1st, 5th, 41st, 45th, 48th) have endorsement guides, as well as King County Democrats.
- The Washington State Voters’ Guide is available in several formats. It carries a disclaimer that it does not take responsibility for candidate statements or arguments, so bear that in mind.
- We cannot stress enough how important it is to #VoteYourFullBallot. The ballot will be long and many important races are a long way down. Please take your time to research the candidates and issues and vote in every race.
- Don’t forget to sign the envelope! (You’d be amazed how many people forget). Adding your phone number and email helps to resolve problems with your ballot quickly.
- Track your ballot to make sure that it has been counted. Starting Oct 20, check out the King County Elections Webcams to view their operation.
- If you need to check your registration or change your address (online by Oct 26) or have other voting questions, check with King County Elections.
- If you haven’t received your ballot by October 19 – or if you’ve lost your ballot – you can print one out at voter.votewa.gov (when you come to the menu, click My Ballot/Online Ballot and read the instructions carefully) or get one in-person at your county elections office. Call 206-296-VOTE (8683) with questions.
Once you’ve voted, let people know. Mention it when you’re talking to friends, family, and colleagues. Post about it on social media. This kind of positive peer pressure is one of the most effective ways to remind and encourage other people to vote! Here’s a handy Democracy Bingo Chart you can print and fill in.