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Attention procrastinators! Use our handy election resource roundup to help with your ballot!

🗳️ Ready! Set! Vote!

If your ballot is collecting dust, and you’re looking for election resources, you’ve come to the right place! We’ve rounded up our latest election coverage on local and statewide candidates and issues. We’ve also outlined helpful voting resources. So get a black or blue pen, watch, and start filling out that ballot!

If you’re still unsure about some of the local races, head to our Video Voters’ Guide. The resource features video statements from candidates running for King County Superior Court Judge Positions 13 and 30. Supporters and opponents of King County Proposition No. 1, the King County Charter Amendments, and Seattle Proposition No. 1 were invited to weigh in with pro and con video statements.

Also, don’t forget to:

✅ Watch the Washington Debate Coalition’s debates: Lieutenant Governor Debate between Marko Liias & Denny Heck and Gubernatorial Debate between Jay Inslee & Loren Culp.

✅ Sit down with City Inside/Out Election 2020 Coverage: Washington State Governor’s RaceState Superintendent of Public SchoolsSeattle Proposition 1State Referendum 90, and a Journalist Election Roundtable.

✅ Sign and seal your ballot! They must be postmarked by or returned to a ballot drop box by 8 p.m. on November 3. Find a ballot drop box here and plan ahead to avoid lines. 

✅ Already voted? You can track your ballot online to see if it has been received and accepted.

✅ Not registered? In King County, you can register in person through Nov. 3.

Check out the King County Elections website for more resources or to get assistance with anything and everything elections-related.