The King County Elections Department will mail out ballots on July 13th for the primary election on August 2nd.
Ballots will be arriving in the mail this week along with a Voters Guide, which is a brochure about the candidates and measures on the ballot. You must fill out your ballot and return it by August 2nd, the date of the primary election.
On the King County Elections webpage you can read the Voter’s Guide, check to see if you are registered to vote, update your address and learn about the election process.
You can mail in your ballot (must put a postage stamp on it) or use one of the elections drop-boxes (no postage required.) See the list of drop box locations here. There are now ballot drop-off boxes at three library branches in north Seattle: Ballard, Broadview and Lake City.