Don't wait until the last minute to register to vote. Registering is easy, and Washington votes by mail, so you don't have to go to a polling station on Election Day (November 3).
Please visit the State of Washington site for voter registration
If you have a driver's license, the simplest way to register is online.
To register to vote, you must be:
This guide serves primarily to recommend information sources for following the 2020 general election. These include government websites, media outlets, voter guides, and polling data.
The 2020 election will pit incumbent Republican President Donald Trump against the Democratic challenger, former Vice President Joseph Biden. Several candidates representing minor parties or independent platforms are running as well. This will be the 59th presidential election, the first having been in 1788.
Local and state-level elections are important, too, and their results can often have more direct impact on your daily life than the presidential election. Here are some sites related to races taking place in Washington this year.
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