November 2015 General Election Recount Update
King County Elections has completed the tally work for the City of Seattle Council District No. 1 recount.
Updated: General Election Final Results and Recount
Election results certified; recount begins next week.
One set of results to be posted today due to technical issues
The next elections results report is scheduled for 7 p.m.; the scheduled 4:30 pm results posting was cancelled due to technical problems with our scanning and adjudication system.
Voting in general election wraps up today
Voters have until 8 p.m. today to return their ballots to a drop box, scheduled ballot drop-off van or accessible voting center. Mailed ballots, by law, must be postmarked by today.
Correction to Text of Advisory Vote No. 13 on King County Ballots
King County Elections has issued a notice of a minor correction on the November 3, 2015 General Election ballot.
Corrections to Voters Pamphlet for Lake Washington School District No. 414 and City of Kirkland
Voters in Lake Washington School District No. 414 and the City of Kirkland will be receiving additional voter pamphlet information in the mail.
Updated: Watch your mailbox for general election ballots
King County Elections will mail ballots October 14 for the November 3 general election.
Voter registration deadline October 5 for general election
Make sure your voter registration information is up-to-date by October 5 in order to weigh in on measures and candidates in the November 5 general election.
Special candidate filing period September 2-4
King County Elections will be holding a special candidate filing period September 2 - 4 for Renton School District No. 403, Director District No. 4.
Don’t delay, register by Monday to vote in August Primary Election
King County residents not yet registered to vote in Washington state have until July 27 at 4:30 p.m. to register in person at King County Elections offices to vote in the August Primary Election.
Watch your mailbox for primary election ballots
King County Elections will mail ballots July 15 for the August 4 primary election.
King County Elections announces appointment of Deputy Director
Today, the King County Council confirmed Julie Wise as Deputy Director of King County Elections.
Voter registration deadline July 6 for primary election
Registered voters will have an opportunity to weigh in on measures and candidates in the August 4 primary election. Make sure your voter registration information is up-to-date.
Seattle voters to receive new voter registration cards
Starting today, 417,000 registered voters in Seattle will receive new voter registration cards via U.S. mail.
King County finalizes April 2015 Special Election results
King County Elections certified the final results of the April 2015 Special Election today.
Superior Court Judge position available
King County Superior Court Judge Position No. 7 is open for filing; Judge Kimberley Prochnau retired effective April 1, 2015.
Candidate filing week begins Monday
King County candidate filing week is Monday, May 11 through Friday, May 15 and is for candidates running in either the August primary or the November general elections.
King County Elections lauds passage of House Bill 1919
King County Elections celebrates the Governor Jay Inslee's signing of House Bill (HB) 1919 today.
Today is the election day voting deadline
King County registered voters have until 8 p.m. today to return ballots for the April Special Election without a stamp. Mailed ballots must be postmarked by April 28; ballots with a postmark later than today's date cannot be opened or counted.
King County Elections offers free candidate workshops
King County Elections is holding three complimentary two-hour workshops in April about filing for office in King County.