Initial results will be announced about 1:30pm.

Military and overseas ballots mailed: September 21
Deadline to register or update existing registration:
Online: October 29
In person: November 6

Ballots mailed: October 19
Election Day: November 6
Mail-in deadline: Postmarked by November 6
Ballot box deadline: November 7, 12pm
Election certification: November 27

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Most Recent Election Coverage

John Saulie-Rohman, Candidate for Congress

Independent launches long-shot bid for Washington’s 3rd Congressional District

John Saulie-Rohman, Candidate for Congress

June 14, 2024, 6:02am Clark County News

John Saulie-Rohman wants to shake up the race for Washington’s 3rd Congressional District. Read story

Republicans John Lee and Philip Johnson and Democrat John Zingale are running for the 18th District House, Position 1, in the August primary.

John Ley’s candidacy and felony election fraud charges complicate 3-way race for 18th Legislative District

Republicans John Lee and Philip Johnson and Democrat John Zingale are running for the 18th District House, Position 1, in the August primary.

June 12, 2024, 6:03am Clark County News

Campaign season for the 2024 election is underway, and the 18th Legislative District is starting to look particularly competitive. Read story

Brian Heywood, from left, founder of Let’s Go Washington, stands Tuesday with Washington State Republican Party Chair Jim Walsh in front of boxes of petitions for an initiative to repeal Washington’s cap-and invest program.

GOP initiative backers lose fight to keep budget impacts off WA ballot

Brian Heywood, from left, founder of Let’s Go Washington, stands Tuesday with Washington State Republican Party Chair Jim Walsh in front of boxes of petitions for an initiative to repeal Washington’s cap-and invest program.

June 10, 2024, 7:37am Election

A Thurston County Superior Court judge on Friday blocked an attempt by GOP backers of a slate of voter initiatives to keep the budget implications of their proposals off the ballot. Read story

University of Washington students Kenai India, Tara Namie and Ethan Yamamoto chime in on the upcoming election.

Young Washingtonians talk about why they may not vote in 2024

University of Washington students Kenai India, Tara Namie and Ethan Yamamoto chime in on the upcoming election.

June 10, 2024, 6:04am Editor's Choice

Four years after a record number of young voters helped elect President Joe Biden, many young people are planning to abstain from the upcoming presidential election. Read story

The Clark County Council interviews John Ley for an open seat on the council in Vancouver on Jan. 22, 2019.

Election fraud charges don’t stop Camas Republican John Ley’s 18th District House campaign

The Clark County Council interviews John Ley for an open seat on the council in Vancouver on Jan. 22, 2019.

June 7, 2024, 6:07am Clark County News

At this point, nothing prevents a candidate who faces felony election fraud charges from seeking a seat in the same district where his residency was challenged in 2022. Read story

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