Ballots for the 2016 General Election, which includes the Presidential election, are on their way. Ballots are being mailed on Tuesday, October 18. Most ballots should be in mailboxes by Friday, October 21. If you have not received your ballot by Tuesday, October 25, please let the Elections Office know, at (360) 378-3357.
Voter Pamphlets were mailed by the state last week, and should have reached most households by now. If you did not receive one, you can pick one up at the Elections Office at 55 Second Street in Friday Harbor.
Not registered? If you’ve never been registered to vote in Washington, it’s not too late. You must register in person, at the Elections Office in Friday Harbor. In-person registrations will be accepted through October 31.
In addition to President and Vice President, the ballot includes state races for Governor, Lt Governor, Secretary of State, State Auditor, State Treasurer, State Attorney General, and others. United States Senator and Representatives are also on the ballot. Nine state measures, two local measures (not applicable to all precincts), and two local races round out the ballot.
For questions about ballots or anything election-related, contact the Elections Office at (360) 378-3357 or email@example.com.