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Voter's Guide: Voter's Guide for Shoreline Community College Students

2016 Voter's Guide for Shoreline Community College Students. Includes information on registering to vote, as well as links to information about local and national elections.

Register to Vote

There are many opportunities to vote on elections, special elections, and primaries throughout the year, but you cannot vote unless you are registered. Registration is quick and easy!

You can register to vote in 3 ways:

1. In person - Visit  King County Elections Office in Renton, the Elections Annex in downtown Seattle, or at a Vote Center. You can also register to vote at one of our community events.

2. Online - Go to Washington State Online Voter Registration.

3. By Mail - Fill out the Washington State Voter Registration Form (download and print first!). Then mail it to your County Elections Office. Address is provided on the form. 


Not sure if you're eligible? If you can check off each of the following, you can VOTE!

  • A citizen of the United States
  • A legal resident of Washington* state for at least 30 days prior to election day
  • At least 18 years old by election day
  • Not disqualified from voting due to a court order
  • Not under Department of Corrections supervision for a Washington felony conviction

*For state and local elections

Click the link for questions on eligibility?

What's on the Ballot?

Vote in the General Election

Presidential Election 2016

Which presidential candidate shares your views? Take the quiz, below, to find out!

In the News

newspaper iconBe an informed voter - read newspapers! 

The New York Times is one source for national news and federal election coverage.

The Seattle Times is a source for local news and local election coverage. You can read a paper copy in the library.

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