Where can I vote? Am I registered? What district am I in? What will be on my ballot?
If you’re a King County Resident you can go to https://www.metrokc.gov/elections/pollingplace/voterlookup.aspx and look yourself up by name & birthdate. Here you can find your polling place, confirm your registration, and create and read your custom voter pamphlet to learn more about the issues on your ballot.
Not a resident of King County? Go to http://vote.wa.gov/lookup.aspx to verify that you are an active registered voter in Washington State, find your polling place, districts and more information.
League of Women Voters Vote 411 Election Information
Click on your state to find a quick and easy guide on ID requirements, Absentee Voting, dates and a list of helpful links. http://www.vote411.org/
The Municipal League of King County 2006 Candidate Evaluation Ratings
Candidates for the 2006 election are rated based on four criteria: involvement, effectiveness, character and knowledge. From the website:“The League ratings are widely respected and provide the only independent non-partisan, non-agenda driven evaluation of candidates.” http://www.munileague.org/cec/2006/default.htm
Election Voters Guide, Washington Secretary of State
(Print voters Pamphlets including Braille edition are available by Women’s restroom on Plaza, and there are a few left at the Reference Desk)
King County Election GIS Reference Maps
(Look at the King County Election Composite Maps to see maps of Congressional, Legislative and Metro King Co Council districts).