In 2022, the August 2 Primary includes U.S. Senate, U.S. Representatives, Washington Secretary of State (2-year term due to a vacancy), State Legislators, and Supreme Court Justices and other judicial offices. In many counties (but not all), local offices will appear on ballots, too.
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.
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