Every person, voting in every election, is necessary to create stronger and more equitable communities.

We ask you. We challenge you. We implore you to participate:

  1. REGISTER to vote. You can register to vote online or by mail until 8 days before an election or in-person through Election day.
  2. Make a vote PLAN. Thinking through when you’re going to vote, who you’re going to vote with (i.e. your family, a friend, etc), and how you’re going to return your ballot can help make sure that you get back your ballot back on time and make sure your voice is heard.
  3. VOTE and vote early.


National Voter Registration Day

First-time voter Danny Leyva chatted with King County Elections' Julie Wise about how and why to register to vote, ahead of the upcoming local elections.

Demystifying Local Elections

Brad Evans sat down with the director of King County Elections, Julie Wise, to demystify the local elections system. Wise provides advice for first-time candidates, insight into the process, and why local elections matter.

Stefan Frei and Secretary of State, Kim Wyman

Secretary Wyman talks with Stefan Frei about his experience as a first time voter and his involvement in the community.

Sounders FC Vote Tour

In the week leading up to the 2020 election, Brad Evans hit the road for the Sounders FC Vote Tour, presented by Starbucks. Together, we celebrated voting early by joining fans in their neighborhoods, handing out stickers and socially distant selfies with Brad. Thanks to all of our fans that joined us and cast their vote!