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Voter Resources

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Register to Vote!

King County
Pierce County

Three ways to register
1. Online
2. By Mail
3. In-Person

Not sure who you’re voting for?

Find your Legislative District Here: Wa State District Finder
Find your congressional, legislative, King county council and city council voting districts: King County District Finder
Find your Pierce county council district: Pierce County District Finder
One-Stop-Shop for district and ballot updates:
Follow the Money:

Also: Auburn Examiner’s candidate page: Vote 2021

How To Vote:

In Washington State, we vote by mail. Ballots are mailed 20 days prior to the election and earlier to overseas and service voters.  Ballots must be returned via mail or a ballot drop box.

Ballots no longer need a stamp to be returned by mail.  Your ballot must be postmarked by election day. Don’t wait until the last minute!

Ballots must be in the ballot box by 8:00 pm on election night to be counted. Here is a list of drop boxes if that is your preference:

King County Ballot drop boxes
Pierce County Ballot drop boxes

You can also go to a Voting Center to cast your ballot! New voters can register, and those needing to replace their ballot, or update voter information can do so at Voting Centers as well.

King County (closest to Auburn: Federal Way, Kenti voted, election day, vote 2019, ballot measures, vote!, your voice your vote
Pierce County

Once you’ve voted, you can track your ballot here:

King County
Pierce County

And check the results here:
King County Election Results
Pierce County Election Results