Voting & Election Info
Additional Information about Candidates and Issues
- Living Voters Guide - a non-partisan, community-generated online voters’ guide hosted by Seattle CityClub on each November’s initiatives, ballot measures and congressional candidate races across Washington State.
- Voting for Judges - nonpartisan, impartial source of information about judicial elections in Washington State
- Municipal League of King County - non-partisan evaluations of candidates
- Project Vote Smart
- Congress.org - nonpartisan news and information website dedicated to encouraging civic participation
- Register online
- Voter registration forms are available at public libraries, public schools, community service centers, fire stations, and the League of Women Voters of Seattle-King County. You may also download and print forms in several languages.
- Register in person at the King County Elections headquarters in Renton, WA or the King County Voter Registration Annex in Seattle. Click here for directions.
- Most felons are eligible to vote once they are released from jail. You can check your status with the ACLU's Can I vote online assessment.
- Overseas and service voting info Information for members of the military and persons who live or frequently travel abroad.