Find out how to vote in your state here.
Wondering if you’re already registered to vote? Check here.
For Washington, we do 100% mail-in ballots. Early voting begins October 14, 2020. The registration deadline is Monday, October 26th. GET ON IT. It takes two minutes to register. Then, get at least three other friends registered if you can.
Washington Voting Resources
- King County: 206-296-8683 or st.news/vote-kingcounty
- Snohomish County: 425-388-3444 or st.news/vote-snocounty
- Kitsap County: 360-337-7128 or st.news/vote-kitsapcounty
- Pierce County: 253-798-8683 or st.news/vote-piercecounty
More Washington State Election Information here.
Send letters to voters via Vote Forward.
Send an email to your senator(s) with Let America Vote. If you can, try to personalize the text in the body of the email.
If you listen to Crooked Media family of podcasts (if you aren’t, why not?! We love Pod Save America and Pod Save The People), you’ve heard them talk about Adopt a State. If you live here in Washington / don’t live in a battleground state, you can help out in other states through their Adopt A State program.
Textbank, phonebank, write postcards to votes, and raise funds in small-dollar donations with Sister District Project.
Mail postcards to swing states. (Update: all postcards have been ordered now, but you can still donate money for stamps!)
The ACLU Voting Rights Project has worked since the passage of the 1965 Voting Rights Act to protect the gains in political participation won by racial and language minorities.
Let America Vote is an organization former Missouri Secretary of State Jason Kander started in 2018 to protect voting rights across the country.
Spread the Vote is an organization dedicated to helping people get IDs ahead of Election Day. Voter ID laws in particular disproportionately affect communities of color, the elderly, and new voters. Donate here.