I don't have a traditional address, how do I register and vote?
  • You can register to vote in the county in which you live in WA State.  Voter registration forms are available at libraries and County Election Offices.
  • Register by providing a place where you spend most of your time as your residential address; you can list another place where you can receive mail as your mailing address.
  • Voters must fill out the residential address line on a voter registration form so that we can assign their voting precinct.  This address can be a park, intersection, or another place listed on a map.
  • Voters must also provide a mailing address to which their ballot can be mailed.  The mailing address can be the address of a friend or relative, the address of a shelter or center where you can receive mail, or it can be General Delivery at a post office.
  • Ballots can be returned by USPS mail, no stamp required, or ballots can be dropped in any Official County Ballot Drop Box, no postage required.

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1. How can I register to vote?
2. How do I know if I'm registered to vote?
3. Do I have to wait until I'm 18 years old to register?
4. Are voter registration records accurate?
5. I have moved, now what?
6. Do I need to register by party?
7. What is the registration deadline?
8. I'm a military member or dependent, how do I register and vote?
9. I am a U.S. citizen and I live outside of the country, how do I register and vote?
10. I'm a college student, how do I register and vote?
11. Can I use a PO Box as an address for voter registration?
12. I don't have a traditional address, how do I register and vote?
13. I have a conviction. How can I find out if my voting rights have been restored?
14. Are voter registration records public record?