Informed Voting Makes a Difference
It’s the final countdown to Election Day on November 8. Please join the effort to ensure Highline voters return their ballots. Get informed about candidates and ballot measures.
See the resources below for voting information.
Bond Website & Community Meeting
Proposition 1: Highline Schools Bond website
If you haven't had a chance to join a bond community meeting yet, we have one more virtual information session on November 3.
November 3, 6-7 p.m.
Voting Resources & Information
You can register to vote online or by mail until 8 days before an election or in-person through Election day. Registrations done by mail need to be received, not postmarked, by the 8-day deadline.
Check if you are registered to vote, track your ballot, see customized voters pamphlet: Learn more.
- How to vote
- Register to vote
- Change my address
- Change my language preference
- Accessible voting options
Lost your ballot or need to vote online? Visit the state website VoteWA.gov to find out what to do.
Who Can Register to Vote?
To register to vote in Washington, you must be:
- A citizen of the United States
- A legal resident of Washington state
- At least 18 years old by election day
- If you are 16 or 17, you can sign up as a Future Voter and be automatically registered to vote when you qualify
- Not disqualified from voting due to a court order
- Not currently serving a sentence of total confinement under the jurisdiction of the Department of Corrections for a Washington felony conviction
- Not currently incarcerated for a federal or out-of-state felony conviction
Read more about who can vote in Washington.
Did you know that 16 and 17 year olds can now pre-register to vote. Registrants under the age of 18 will have their registrations held until they become eligible to vote.