Are you ready to vote?
Verify your voter registration. Simply visit myvote.wa.gov and enter your name, address, and date of birth. If you are not registered or if you have moved, or if something weird has happened to your voter registration, you won’t receive a ballot for the primary election. In this case, you can still vote in the general election if you update your registration by Oct 8 — don’t delay - contact the Elections Office in Coupeville to make sure you are properly registered for the general election [email: Elections@co.island.wa.us; phone: 360-679-366]. Click here for more information on Island County elections.
Who have we endorsed?
Many local and statewide candidates have asked for our endorsement. Island County Democrats have reviewed and spoken with these candidates, and have voted to endorse several. See our 2018 endorsements.
Important Election Dates:
- Jul 20. Primary ballots mailed to general public — military/overseas mailed a month earlier. If you don’t receive your ballot soon, contact the Elections Office for a replacement ballot.
- Jul 30. Deadline for in-person voter registration for August Primary.
- Aug 7. Primary Election. If you chose to mail your ballot via the USPS, mail early. Better yet, use a convenient drop box:
- Island County Election Office — 400 N Main Street, Coupeville
- Trinity Lutheran Church — 18341 SR 525, Freeland
- Ken’s Korner Shopping Center — 4141 SR 525, Clinton
- Island County — Camano Annex — 121 N. East Camano Drive, Camano Island
- Oak Harbor — City Hall — 865 S.E. Barrington Dr. , Oak Harbor
- Langley — Post Office (front patio) — 115 2nd St., Langley
- Oct 8. Deadline for online and mailed new or updated voter registration to vote in General Election in November
- Oct 19. General Election ballots mailed to general public — military/overseas mailed a month earlier. If you don’t receive your ballot soon after, contact the Elections Office for a replacement ballot.
- Oct 29. Deadline for in-person new voter registration at County Auditor’s Office.
- Nov 6. General Election — return your ballots by this date to same locations as for the Primary (no stamp needed if mailed).