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Current Election Information

Quick links to data and resources for the current election. 

What’s on the February 9 ballot?

The second Tuesday in February is Election Day for many voters, but not all.

When a ballot question is submitted to the local County Auditor by your city, town, or local district, that question (known as a resolution) calls for a "Special Election." Whether you're eligible to vote in the February 9 Election depends on what's happening in your community.

If you are eligible, your ballot will be mailed out no later than January 22. For more information, contact your county elections office or visit VoteWA.gov.

  • 27 counties with voters in the February 9 Election
  • As of Jan 4, approximately 760,000 eligible voters (15.6% of the 4,861,997 active voters statewide)
  • 76 measures
  • 66 districts

Voting in Washington?

Voting by Mail FAQ 

If you are registered to vote in Washington, there is no need to request a ballot. Your ballot packet is mailed out to the address where you're registered. Check out these quick links to USPS and Election Mail Resources.

Three Ways to Register

Online, by mail with a paper form, or in person at a county elections office. Check your registration at VoteWA.gov.

What if I miss the deadline?

Washington offers same day registration services through Election Day. After the 8-day deadline, you must register (or update) in person at a voting center. Contact your local county elections office for COVID-19 precautions and business hours.

Where do I vote?

At home! Your ballot is mailed to the address where you're registered to vote and a return envelope is supplied. Accessible voting is available at your local elections office or voting center until Election Day, 8:00 PM.

List of Drop Boxes and Voting Centers ( Excel | PDF )

Download this comprehensive list, or for a personalized list sign in to VoteWA.gov. The statewide list will be updated periodically as Election Day approaches. For details, contact your local elections office.

Who voted? 

Daily Ballot Return Statistics

Updated at the end of each day, this report breaks down the number and percentage of ballots received by county.

Daily Ballot Status Report

Also known as the matchback report, this daily report contains ballots received, accepted, or challenged. Matching it back to the voter registration database reveals who has yet to vote. All voter information in the report is public information.

Voter Registration Database | Request Form

Request a complete list of voters and publicly available information. The extract is large and may require particular expertise or tools to navigate.

Doing some research?

District Maps

Available in paper format, PDF, or GIS compatible precinct shapefiles.

Data & Research

This page contains links to publicly available election information for both current and historical data. Drilling down? Here’s contact info for each county elections office.

Where can I find information about past elections?

Election Results and Voters' Pamphlets

Information on past elections, including results, voters' pamphlets, offices open for election, lists of candidates who filed, and other data.

Additional Resources

Forms for Voters Missing Signature Form, Signature Update Form, Voter Registration Forms and translated forms available.

Recounts Frequently Asked Questions.

Top 2 Primary: FAQs for Voters Washington voters do not register by party affiliation. There will be no party selection box on the envelope. You may vote for any candidate regardless of the candidate's party preference.

Guide to Registering Voters Learn about guidelines and deadlines for hosting a registration drive.

Candidate Resources Forms, guides, write-in candidate rules and more.

Statewide Standards on What is a Vote Voter Intent Manual.