In 2022, the Top 2 Primary includes candidates for U.S. Senate, U.S. Representative, Washington Secretary of State (2-year unexpired term due to a vacancy), State Legislature, the Washington Supreme Court and other judicial offices. In many counties (but not all), local offices will appear on ballots, too. View the Online Voters' Guide or the list of Candidates Who Filed May 16 - 20.
When a ballot question is submitted to your local elections office, that question (known as a resolution) results in a local measure on the ballot. Whether you're eligible to vote on the question depends on what's happening in your community. Contact your county to learn more.
View your online customized voter guide at VoteWA.gov. Use a mobile device or Chrome/Firefox/Edge to load the guide.
View your county voters' pamphlet here. Your precinct determines which positions you may vote for, so you may see candidates in the complete county guide that do not appear on your ballot. Your personalized voters' guide at VoteWA.gov and mailed ballot will show which candidates you're eligible to vote for based on your precinct.