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Now that King County votes entirely by mail, ballots are automatically sent to all registered voters before each election in which they are eligible to vote. That means, voters complete their ballots at their convenience, and in the place they choose.
The voting decisions may be challenging, but the voting process itself is easy. Carefully follow the instructions printed on your ballot, and thoroughly read the ballot from the top to bottom, on the front and on the back.
You’re ready to vote, and we’d like to know— where will you choose to vote?
The answer could be as simple as “my kitchen table” or it could be more elaborate—like, “at my personal tailgate voting station before the football game,” or, “while riding the new Link light rail,” or even, “on the Alki water taxi at sunset, headed home from work.”
With so many possibilities, and almost two weeks before ballots have to be returned, King County wants to know where you will choose to vote.
Along with your name and location, send us your pictures or a text message of where you have chosen to vote. DO NOT include pictures of your actual ballot selections or images that show campaign messaging for an issue or candidate, or we won’t be able to post your image.
Sharing your information is also easy. You can send us your “chosen” location two ways. Upload it to Flickr, along with your name and zip code by emailing email@example.com (you can do it from your cell phone, too- standard text message rates apply).
View King County’s new election blog and voter submissions of where they’ve chosen to vote at http://your.kingcounty.gov/votes/.