From Our Corner Blog Posts

  • Three students from Cascade High School in Leavenworth show off their “I Voted” stickers after taking part in the Mock Election. (Photo courtesy of Cascade High School) While Washington awaits the decision of its adult voters in this fall’s General Election, more than 18,000  K-12 students statewide already have indicated via this week’s Student Mock […]
  • As Washington’s 18-day voting period winds down, Secretary of State Kim Wyman is urging a strong turnout – and offering some important tips. Ballots and Voters’ Pamphlets went out in mid-October – even earlier for our 65,000 military and overseas voters – and Nov. 4 is the deadline for returning your completed ballot. Wyman, the […]
  • Once the General Election ends Nov. 4 at 8 p.m., many candidates, voters, the media and political junkies will again use our free election results mobile app to get the latest results on statewide races or ballot measures. Since the app debuted a few years ago, it’s been a big hit. If you have a […]
  • The Secretary of State’s Corporations and Charities Division recently received several calls about a notice to file annual minutes for shareholders, directors, and officers for the princely sum of $125.  In fact, Washington state law does NOT require corporations to file their minutes from their annual meeting.  But these notices look like an official state […]
  • The official grand opening event for our next great historical exhibit isn’t until Nov. 11, but why wait until then? Everyone is welcome to see the exhibit because it’s now on display in our office. Called Washington 1889: Blazes, Rails & the Year of Statehood, it highlights the major stories of Washington’s seminal year and […]