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Washington State does not register by part. During primaries and general elections, you can vote for any candidate that you desire. The only time you declare a party is during a Presidential Primary, and that information is not connected to your voter registration.
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You can check your ballot status by logging into VoteWa.gov and entering your first name, last name, and date of birth. After you log in, select "Ballot Status".
You must reside in a particular taxing district in order to vote on those races and measures. You will see all races and measures in the Local Voters' Pamphlet, but your ballot will only contain the races and measures you are eligible to vote on.
Write "Return to Sender" on the envelope and place it back in the mail. We will take care of the rest. Please let us know if you are getting mail for someone no longer living at your address.
You can vote as many races on your ballot as you want. Leave blank what you don't want to vote. Contests or races left blank are counted as undervotes. This will not invalidate your ballot.
Even if someone votes more than once, only one ballot will be counted. Voters can request a replacement ballot or download an online ballot, but the system will only allow one ballot per voter to be accepted.