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Public Health Notice

As part of the continued effort to stop the spread of CoVID-19 in our community, King County Elections strongly recommends registering to vote , updating your registration , and accessing your ballot online when needed for the rest of the year.

We will have Vote Centers open for those who need assistance or have missed the deadlines but ask that those who are able to utilize the online tools do so. Those who do come to a Vote Center in person will be required to wear a face covering that covers their nose and mouth.

Please email elections@kingcounty.gov or give us a call at 206-296-VOTE (8683) if you need additional assistance.

Have you updated your residential or mailing address? You can update your registration online or by mail until 8 days before an election or in-person through Election day. Registrations done by mail need to be received, not postmarked, by the 8 day deadline.

There are five easy ways to update your address:

1. Online

Update your information online , 24-hours a day at the Secretary of State’s website. You will need one of the following:

  • A current Washington State driver license
  • A current Washington State ID card

2. Email

Email our office with the following information:

  • Your name
  • Date of birth
  • Old residential and mailing address
  • New residential and mailing address

3. Phone

Contact our office during business hours.

4. Mail

Download and print a voter registration form and mail it to King County Elections. Forms are available in many languages.

5. In-person

You can register to vote in-person at the King County Elections Office in Renton or at a Vote Center.

You can also register to vote at one of our community events.

There are three ways to register to vote with your new county.

1. Online

Update your information online , 24-hours a day at the Secretary of State’s website. You will need one of the following:

  • A current Washington State driver license
  • A current Washington State ID card

2. Mail

Download and print a voter registration form and mail it to your new county. Forms are available in many languages.

3. In-person

Find your county elections department .

Register to vote in your new state, then cancel your registration in King County.

You can still vote, contact King County Elections to get a ballot. Make sure to update your registration for the next election.

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