If you haven’t registered to vote in the State of Washington, you still have time to participate in this state’s November 6 election by registering in person at your county’s election office, by close of business next Monday, October 29.
King County has two sites taking in-person registrations during business hours: The Election Annex in the County Administration Building downtown, and the Election headquarters in Renton.
Pierce County is taking in-person registrations during business hours at its Election Center.
Skagit County residents can still register in person at the County Admin Building in Mt. Vernon.
Snohomish County residents can still register in person at the County Admin Building West in Everett.
Whatcom County is taking in person registrations at the Elections Division in the Whatcom County Courthouse.
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For those who choose not to or can not take advantage of the opportunity to fill in your ballot at home and mail your ballot for free, there are accessible voting sites in most counties now open. King County has two sites already open: at the Election Annex in the King County Administration Building (500 4th Ave, Room 440) downtown, and the Elections HQ in Renton (919 SW Grady Way). More will open up, for longer hours, as the election approaches.