Have your say on Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 5
It’s election time! You should have received your ballot for the November 5, 2019 General Election. If you haven’t, make sure to get a replacement ballot online or call 206-296-VOTE.
I know the ballot this year is a little overwhelming. The entire front page is state ballot measures and advisory votes (don’t get me going on those advisory votes, ugh). All candidate races and local ballot measures are on the back – so make sure to flip that giant ballot over and vote the back as well! The good news is that there is literally no wrong way to vote. Whether you use a pink glitter pen, forget to use the security sleeve, make a mistake or skip some races, no problem – we’ve got you covered. We can securely count your ballot regardless of ink color, corrections or security sleeves. Even if you skip all 12 of those advisory votes, we will count the races that you did vote for.
It’s easier than ever to return your ballot with 69 ballot drop boxes across the county AND prepaid postage! You can also take it to one of our five Vote Center locations across the county, including in our very own Chinook Building. So please vote and encourage your friends, family and neighbors to let their voice be heard and vote.
To learn more about what’s on your specific ballot, see your voting history and registration information, or to track your ballot, check out our new My Voter Information application. Questions? You can always call us at 206-296-VOTE (8683). You can also follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram to get the latest on King County Elections.
Thanks and happy voting!