November 2 General Election
The League of Women Voters of Washington offers voters tools to use in casting their ballot, Voters can visit LWVWA.org to access VOTE411.org, a personalized candidate guide, and Your Vote, a publication that features articles on how voting works in Washington state.
The 2021 general election gives voters the chance to choose the local elected officials who will represent them and make decisions about local issues on their behalf.
Ballots were mailed mid-October and voters can check for ballot drop box locations on VoteWA.gov as well as track their ballot after submitting; voters can also request replacement ballots, if needed. Ballot drop boxes are open until 8 p.m. on November 2.
Eligible Washington state citizens can register and vote at county voting centers until 8 p.m. on voting day.
- Those who are unsure of their registration stats should visit VoteWA.gov. Unregistered voters can contact their county elections office to confirm identification requirements and voting center hours, then head to a voting center to register and vote by 8 p.m. on November 2.
- Accessible voting services and replacement ballots are also available at voting centers.
The League of Women Voters urges all eligible citizens to act now and make sure their vote counts. Call the League of Women Voters of Washington at 206-622-8961 for answers to voting questions or visit LWVWA.org. Democracy is not a spectator sport. Vote.
The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan political organization. We encourage the informed and active participation of citizens in government. The League acts in support of, or in opposition to, selected governmental issues that its members have studied. It does not support or oppose candidates, factions, or political parties.