All Washington residents can still vote in Tuesday’s primary, regardless of whether they previously registered to vote, thanks to the state’s same-day registration laws.
Here’s what else you need to know:
How to vote
Washington is a vote-by-mail state, so every resident who was registered to vote should have received a ballot in the mail. Ballots must be sealed before the end of Election Day to be counted. They can also be delivered to a designated drop box until 8pm. pacific time.
Want to track your ballot? Visit the Secretary of State Website.
To take advantage of the state’s same-day voter registration, check your county’s website to find out where to go and how to pick up a ballot.
Where to vote
Voters seeking assistance may vote in person at a designated accessible polling station. Learn more by going to your county’s website, which can be located here. County websites will also direct voters to their nearest location.
Polling stations and polling stations will be open from 8:30am. until 8 p.m. pacific time.
What’s on the ballot?
Former President Donald J. Trump endorsed the primary challengers against Representatives Dan Newhouse and Jamie Herrera Beutler, both of whom were among 10 House Republicans who voted to impeach Mr. Trump.
Washington uses a two-top primary system, meaning the two candidates who receive the most votes on Tuesday will advance to the general election regardless of party affiliation. Voters will be able to vote for their preferred candidate from any party and the ballots will indicate which party each candidate prefers.
See exactly what will appear on your ballot by entering some personal information here.