The August primary election will be held on Aug. 1 and if you still haven’t received your ballot, call the King County Elections (KCE) office at 206-296-VOTE (8683).
On Aug. 16, King County Elections, the Seattle Foundation, and 22 community-based organizations, including Asian Counseling and Referral Services, InterIm Community Development Association, International Community Health Services, Korean American Coalition, and Rajana Society, kicked off voter outreach efforts for the November General Election. Together, they plan to reach between 20,000 and 40,000 limited-English speaking voters […]
Mayor Ed Murray announced plans on April 30 to create the Seattle Votes campaign, a comprehensive effort to significantly increase civic engagement among immigrants, refugees, and communities of color in Seattle. The campaign aims to increase voter registration, voter participation, and advocacy. “Engaging immigrants in the civic life of our City is critical to the […]
Ballots and voters’ pamphlets for the Aug. 6 primary election will arrive in mailboxes throughout King County this week as King County Elections will mail nearly 1.2 million ballots on July 17. Voters’ pamphlets are mailed separately by bulk mail and may arrive on a different day than ballots.
You still have time to register to vote. The deadline for in-person voter registration in King County is Monday, Oct. 29. Though you can no longer register online, you can still register at the King County Elections headquarters in Renton or the King County Voter Registration annex in downtown Seattle in time to vote in […]
The King County Council’s Citizens’ Election Oversight Committee (CEOC) is looking to fill two seats in its organization to represent the Chinese and Vietnamese-speaking communities.