If you need a replacement ballot, want to find a dropbox, or need information on accessible voting centers, we've got you covered.
Lose your ballot? Looking for a dropbox? We’ve got answers for voters in the four-county Seattle Metro area.
If you’ve spilled your coffee on your ballot, or think it’s been lost in the mail, King County allows voters to print out their ballots here. Snohomish County asks you to call 425-388-3444. Kitsap County voters should ring 360-337-7128 or visit their website for more information. If you’re looking for a replacement ballot in Pierce County, head to a voting center on Tuesday between 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Completed ballots must be postmarked with a first-class stamp, or dropped into a dropbox by no later than 8 p.m. Tuesday.
Election 2017Statewide and local results
- Jenny Durkan defeats Cary Moon to become Seattle’s first woman mayor since the 1920s
- Democrat Manka Dhingra defeats Republican Jinyoung Lee Englund in state Senate race
- Mitzi Johanknecht unseats John Urquhart as King County sheriff
- González and Mosqueda win Seattle City Council seats
- King County Proposition 1 levy passes easily
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King County voters can drop off their ballots at more than 50 locations mapped here. Snohomish County voters can drop off their ballots at these sites. Kitsap County has 17 dropbox locations and Pierce County has mapped where you can return your ballot here.
If you want to track the status of your ballot, you can see if it’s been processed here for King County residents. Kitsap County, Pierce County, and Snohomish County also make it easy for you to track your ballot.
For those needing information on accessible voting centers, where voters with disabilities can get help completing their ballots, here is contact information for King County, Kitsap County, Pierce County, and Snohomish County.
And if you’re really cutting it close to the wire with completing your ballot, and you need a quick catch-up before you mark your choices, check out our guide to election-season coverage here.