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Auditor: Sandra Perkins
Elections Supervisor: David Cunningham

Skagit County Elections



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Auditor: Sandra Perkins
Election Supervisor:
David Cunningham
Office Hours: 8:30 to 4:30
P.O. Box 1306
700 S. Second StreetRoom 201
Mount Vernon, WA 98273

Email: scelections@co.skagit.wa.us

Phone: (360) 416-1702
FAX: (360) 416-1699

The  Skagit County Elections department is closed to the public in consideration of public safety and the risk of exposure to the novel coronavirus.

Questions? Please call our office 360-416-1702

Links for the below will be available at a later date

  • Unofficial Election Results
  • Online Voters’ Guide
  • Sample Ballot

Check your voter status, update your information, check your ballot status, and more using our voter portal at VoteWA.gov
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Important Dates

November 3, General Election
September 18 Military and Overseas ballots mailed
October 13 Official Logic & Accuracy test – 10:00 AM
October 14 Domestic ballots mailed
October 26 Deadline to register or update existing registration online and by mail
November 3 Deadline for in-person registration and voter updates - Closes 8:00 PM
November 3 2020 General Election Day – Closes 8:00 PM
November 17 Canvassing Board Meeting – 1:30 PM
November 24 General Election Certification – 1:30 PM


*All Logic & Accuracy Tests, Canvassing Board, and Certification Meetings are held at:

Skagit County Elections Department
Skagit County Auditor's Office
700 S. 2nd St., Room 201
Mount Vernon, WA 98273


News

New election laws going into effect July 1, 2019:

Return postage prepaid for all elections – Return postage will be paid for all elections.  Voters may use a ballot drop box or return ballots by postal mail at no cost.

Same Day Registration – Voters may now register to vote in person up to 8:00 p.m. on Election Day.

Electronic Registrations – Registrations submitted electronically (Motor Voter, Online, etc.) must be submitted no later than 8 days prior to an election.

Mail In Registrations – Registrations submitted through the postal mail must be received by an Elections Official no later than 8 days prior to an election.

Early Registration – Future voters age 16 and 17 may now register to vote.  Your registration will be kept "on hold" until you will be 18 years of age at the next election.  At that time, you will be registered to vote. ​


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