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Join us for this upcoming election season as we work to BUILD the VOTE!

BUILD206 is bringing the community everything it needs to Get Up, Get Out, and VOTE!

Tap in below to learn more about your rights as a voter, voting locations in our community, and candidate information.

BUILD206 and its members do not endorse any particular political party or political candidate. All information provided is for informational purposes only.

Use this link to register to vote online for
King County Elections

Use this link to view the Video Voting Guide

for King County Elections

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Stay Connected. Stay Informed.

The November General Election is on November 2nd, 2021.

Learn more about what you're voting on below:

KING COUNTY ELECTIONS BALLOT MEASURES

Click HERE to learn what is on the ballot for November 2nd.

Includes State, County, and other Local Municipality measures.

Are You Ready to Register?

National Voter Registration Day is September 28th

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Complete your online or mail registration by October 25th.
Complete your In-Person registration by
November 2nd.

Who can register to vote?

  • Citizen of the United States

  • At least 18 years old by Election Day*

  • A legal resident of Washington State

  • Not under Department of Corrections supervision for a Washington felony conviction*

  • Not disqualified from voting due to a court order related to mental incompetence

Frequently Asked Questions

What is needed to register to vote?

  • Name

  • Residential address

  • Date of birth

  • Confirmation of US citizenship (check box)

  • Signature

How can I register to vote?

  • Online (need current WA ID or driver’s license)

  • By mail

  • In-person (King County Elections office or vote center)

  • Department of Licensing & other state agencies

  • With an organization or registration drive

How can I restore my voting rights?

  • If convicted of a felony in Washington State:

    • You can register and vote once you no longer under the authority of the Department of Corrections (you can call DOC to check).​

  • If you were convicted of a felony in another state:

    • You can register and vote if you are not currently incarcerated for that felony.​

  • What do I need to do to register?

    • Register as anyone else would - online or by mail. Nothing from DOC is needed.​

Can I register to vote if I am under 18?

  • 16- and 17-year-olds can preregister to vote

  • Can use any method to register

  • Registration will be held in pending status until the voter will be 18 before the next election

  • Starting in 2022, 17-year-olds will be allowed to vote in Primary Elections if they will be 18 by the corresponding General Election

Who can I contact with questions?

General questions about registering and voting: