If there are enough write-in votes to tally, elections officials will count all recognizable variations of your name.
Officials may not reject a write-in vote due to a variation in the form of the name if the canvassing board can determine the issue for or against which or the person and the office for which the voter intended to vote. RCW 29A.60.040
Write-in voting—Voter intent. WAC 434-262-160
(1) In all cases of write-in votes, the canvassing board shall exercise all reasonable efforts to determine the voter's intent.
The board shall determine if votes with name and spelling variations are votes for a declared write-in candidate.
Voter Intent Manual
The Office of the Secretary of State is committed to making every effort to ensure officials count each valid vote.
By law, Washington is a “voter intent” state, which means voters are not disenfranchised if they mark a ballot differently than directed. When officials can distinguish voter intent, we will count the vote.