Initial results will be announced about 12:30pm.

Military and overseas ballots mailed: September 22
Deadline to register or update existing registration:
Online: October 30
In person: November 7

Ballots mailed: October 20
Election Day: November 7
Mail-in deadline: Postmarked by November 7
Ballot box deadline: November 8, 12pm
Election certification: November 28

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Washington Secretary of State Steve Hobbs talks to The Columbian Editorial Board in 2022.

WA Secretary of State Steve Hobbs talks misinformation, primaries

Washington Secretary of State Steve Hobbs talks to The Columbian Editorial Board in 2022.

March 4, 2024, 6:05am Election

As Washington voters think about what they’re going to do with their presidential primary ballots, Secretary of State Steve Hobbs has bigger concerns: how to convince voters the system is safe, secure and worth participating in. Read story

Leslie Lewallen, center, who is running as a Republican to represent the 3rd Congressional District, talks with supporters at her campaign headquarters in Camas on Friday afternoon.

3rd District candidate Leslie Lewallen opens office in Camas

Leslie Lewallen, center, who is running as a Republican to represent the 3rd Congressional District, talks with supporters at her campaign headquarters in Camas on Friday afternoon.

March 2, 2024, 6:07am Clark County News

Supporters gathered Friday afternoon to help Leslie Lewallen decorate her campaign’s new offices in downtown Camas. Read story

Observers look on as election coordinator Robert Easterly, foreground, conducts logic and accuracy tests before the March 12 presidential primary at the Clark County Elections Office. “It’s a proofing process that makes sure that everything’s correct,” Clark County Elections Director Cathie Garber said.

All systems go: Clark County Elections Office conducts logic, accuracy test ahead of presidential primary

Observers look on as election coordinator Robert Easterly, foreground, conducts logic and accuracy tests before the March 12 presidential primary at the Clark County Elections Office. “It’s a proofing process that makes sure that everything’s correct,” Clark County Elections Director Cathie Garber said.

February 29, 2024, 8:09pm Clark County News

Election offices in Washington are required by law to test their ballot counting equipment before every election and invite the public to observe. Typically, the tests generate little interest. This year, however, interest in election processes is growing as a contentious presidential election looms. Read story

Clark County elections worker Greg Talbert loads ballots into a ballot bag Nov. 8, 2022, at Fisher's Landing Transit Center.

If WA doesn’t require party affiliation when voting, why is my ballot asking for my party?

Clark County elections worker Greg Talbert loads ballots into a ballot bag Nov. 8, 2022, at Fisher's Landing Transit Center.

February 27, 2024, 7:35am Election

The presidential primary is fast approaching, with ballots being delivered now for the March 12 voting deadline. Read story

John Zingale, Teaches middle school

Vancouver teacher John Zingale announces run for 18th Legislative District representative

John Zingale, Teaches middle school

February 23, 2024, 6:01am Clark County News

John Zingale, a Vancouver public schoolteacher, announced Tuesday that he is again running to represent the 18th District. Read story

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