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Can I register to vote in Washington? 我可否在華盛頓州登記投票?

To register to vote in the state of Washington, you must be: 如要在華盛頓州登記投票,您必須是:

  • A citizen of the United States 一名美國公民
  • A legal resident of Washington state for at least 30 days prior to election day 最少在選舉日前30天是華盛頓州的合法居民
  • At least 18 years old by election day 在選舉日或之前已年滿18歲
  • Not disqualified from voting due to a court order 沒有因一個法庭命令而無資格投票
  • Not under Department of Corrections supervision for a Washington felony conviction 沒有因觸犯一項華盛頓重罪而 受到懲教部的監管

Information for felons 刑事重罪犯資訊

If you were convicted of a felony in a Washington State court, your right to vote is automatically restored when you are no longer under the authority of the Department of Corrections. This right can be revoked again by the Superior Court if you fail to repay financial obligations in a timely manner.

If you have questions about whether or not you are eligible, contact the Department of Corrections at (800) 430-9674.

若您曾在州法院被判犯有一項刑事重罪,只要您目前沒有受到懲教部的監管, 您的投票權則會自動恢復。 但若您沒有在指定時間內償還法定的經濟責任,高等法院則可否決此投票權。

若您對您是否有資格投票有任何相關疑問,請聯絡懲教部:(800) 430-9674。

If you were convicted of a felony in another state or federal court, your right to vote is restored as long as you are not currently incarcerated for that felony.

若您曾在另一個州或聯邦法院被判刑, 只要您目前沒有因該項刑事重罪而被監禁, 您的投票權則可恢復。

Once your right to vote has been restored, you must re-register to vote , which can be done online, by mail or in person.

For more information on felony voting rights in Washington, visit the Secretary of State’s website .

一旦您恢復投票權, 您必須重新登記投票, 您可以在網上,以郵寄方式或親臨登記。

更多有關刑事重罪犯在華盛頓州之投票權的資訊, 請查閲州務卿的網站

Information for voters without a residence address 沒有居住地址的選民資訊

If you are homeless or don't have a traditional residential address, you can still register to vote.

Put the location where you live, such as a shelter, park, motor home, intersection or other identifiable location you consider your residence on your registration form. This location will be used to register you to vote. ( RCW 29A.08.112 effective 2005)

You must also provide a valid mailing address where you can receive ballots and election information on time. A mailing address can be a post office box, address of a friend or relative, shelter, or general delivery at a local post office.

若您是無家可歸人士或沒有一個傳統的居住地址, 您仍可以 登記投票

請在您的登記表格上填寫您所居住的地點,例如一個庇護中心、公園、汽車房屋、 十字路口或其它您視為居所的可確認地點。 該地點將用於幫助您登記投票。 (華盛頓州修訂法(RCW)第29A.08.112節 , 於2005年生效)

您還必須提供一個有效的郵寄地址, 方便您可即時收到您的選票和選舉資訊。 此郵寄地址可以是一個郵局信箱、一個朋友或親戚的地址、 庇護中心,或者是送到當地郵局的一般郵件。

No, your residential address must be where you live. This determines the issues and candidates that appear on your ballot.

However, you can receive your elections mail at any valid mailing location you choose: a post office box, personal mailbox, college mailbox, or a military or out of state/country address. All elections-related materials, including your ballot, will be sent to the mailing address you provide.

不能,您的住址必須是您所居住的地方。 此地址將決定在您選票上的議案和候選人。

然而,您可以在任何一個您所選擇有效的郵寄地點獲取您的選舉信件: 一個郵局信箱、私人信箱、大學信箱、或軍隊又或者外州/海外地址。 所有與選舉相關的資訊,包括您的選票,都將會寄往您所提供的地址。