The comprehensive guide to making sure you know what there is to know about the vote in Kitsap County, WA.
REGISTER | First and foremost, register to vote.
Not sure if you can register to vote? The Kitsap County Auditor's Office asks you to start by filling out the “Temporary-COVID-19-Requests” online form.
They set this form up to fast track all inquiries to the Auditor's Office during the COVID-19 pandemic. Yes, the actual office is closed right now although you can schedule an appointment for certain types of business. Please read their closer message here.
VOTE | Once you have made sure you are eligible and registered to vote, you should have a ballot and now need to vote. If you are registered and still don’t have a ballot, you can check your ballot status here.
Once you log in, it will look like this:
Click on the menu item and you will see the left hand menu appear. Items concerning your registration, status and ballot are highlighted with colorful arrows. You can also see information about your past Washington State voting history. And all of our current elected officials.
PLEASE NOTE: It is not recommended you put your ballot in the mail at this point. If you have a signature issue you have until November 23rd to “cure” it so your vote counts.
To find out where you can drop off your ballot or go to vote, check out the Kitsap County Auditor’s Locations Page on their website.
CONTACT | If you prefer to talk to a human on the phone, they list (360) 337-7129. If you want to send them an email, firstname.lastname@example.org
Wake Up Kitsap, Bainbridge Island and the United States of America. Vote! And Stay Woke.
And if you haven't checked out our latest interview with Kitsap County Auditor Paul Andrews, here it is.