Voting Information

This election is expected to be the highest turnout election in Washington State history! Fortunately, voting by mail is secure in Washington State and the most secure way to return your ballot is to drop it in a Ballot Box.

Click here for a map and list of ballot boxes.


Step 1: Register

It's too late to register to vote online, but you can register in person at the Auditor's office up until election day! 

How to Register with Washington's Address Confidentiality Program 

Description of the Program

To apply contact Whatcom County DVSAS (360-671-571).

Step 2: Receive and Fill out your Ballot!

If you lost or never received your ballot, you can obtain a replacement ballot immediately online by logging into VoteWA.gov. 

Step 3: Drop your Ballot at the nearest Ballot Drop Box!

To be sure your ballot is received on time and your vote is counted, you should drop your ballot off at a Ballot Drop Box near you! If you put it in a mailbox it must be postmarked before November 3rd to be counted so we recommend a Ballot Drop Box if possible.

Step 3: Encourage Others

Your ballot is your political voice. Let's all have our voices and our values heard this November. Share a picture of you and your ballot on our facebook page! 


Thank you for being a voter!

~ Sharon