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How many days until Election Day? A guide to important election deadlines

A ballot drop box in Washington state. (AP file photo)

Election Day is Tuesday, Nov. 3. This year, Washington state voters will be asked to vote for U.S. President and several state races.

On the ballot are: Congressional Districts 1-10, Governor, Lt. Governor, Secretary of State, State Treasurer, State Auditor, Attorney General, Commissioner of Public Lands, Superintendent of Public Instruction, Insurance Commissioner, and several state representatives and judicial candidates.

Not registered? Register with the state voter portal here. Register online by Oct. 26. You can print out this registration form and mail it by Oct. 26. You can also register to vote in person up through Election Day.

In Washington state, you do NOT need to request a ballot if you’re already registered. Ballots were mailed out the week of October 16. If you have not received a ballot yet, you’re urged to contact your county elections office to request a replacement. The voter’s pamphlet was mailed out the week prior. You can also do your research with the state’s online pamphlet.

If you’ve voted, you can track your ballot here. 

Here is a full list of voter dropbox locations. Simply fill out your ballot and drop it in a mailbox or one of these ballot dropboxes.

Frequently Asked Questions on Voting by Mail



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