From King County Elections Director Julie Wise: Volunteer to be a Ballot Drop Box Closer for Nov. 5
The General Election is coming up fast and we need your help to make the experience of voting fun and simple for our neighbors and constituents. Across our county, all ballot drop boxes close at 8 p.m. on Election Night. This election, we’re looking for over 100 volunteers to provide any assistance voters need to ensure their ballot gets cast and their vote gets counted.
Who: You and your co-workers!
What: Closing ballot drop boxes across King County
When: Election Night – Nov. 5 from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.
Where: You pick! There are over 60 locations to choose from.
Our team here at King County Elections is working around the clock to get ready for this year’s General – prepping ballots, updating voter registrations, conducting quality checks – and we need you to help us finish strong! Closing drop boxes is a fun and easy way to meet your neighbors and the communities that we serve here in King County, while making sure that every voice is heard.
Sign up and join us for a fun and fulfilling experience helping your neighbors experience the excitement and community of casting their ballots.
You’ll be partnered with Elections staff and no experience is necessary – we provide all the training you need!
Our colleagues who joined us for the August primary described their experience as rewarding, fun, inspiring, energizing, and more! Join the fun this fall by signing up to help with the Primary Election on Nov. 5, 2019 from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.
Have questions? Learn more here.
Thanks and happy voting!