Keep an eye out for your ballot 

Yesterday ballots were mailed out. Set an alarm for Monday, Oct. 19 – this is when you should have received your ballot. If you haven’t received your ballot by then, give King County Elections a call at 206-296-VOTE (8683) to get a replacement or go online to kingcounty.gov/elections/obmp to print one out at home.

Thinking through when you’re going to vote and how you’re going to return your ballot can help make sure that you get back your ballot back on time and make sure your voice heard. Start by taking two minutes now to make sure your registration is up to date. Visit VoteWA.gov.

Here are some key deadlines to keep in mind:

  • Oct. 14 – Ballots mailed
  • Oct. 15 – Drop boxes open
  • Oct. 19 – Voters should have their ballot in hand by the 10/19 mail delivery
  • Oct. 26 – Deadline for online and mail voter registration
  • Nov. 3 – Election Day – Drop boxes close at 8 p.m. sharp or ballots must be postmarked by today
  • Nov. 23 – Final day to return the form to cure a challenge/fix a signature issue