General ELECTION November 3, 2020
Kitsap County Auditor - Elections - their website and Facebook pages have detailed information and helpful videos. https://www.kitsapgov.com/auditor/Pages/elections.aspx
14 Days to Election 2020. Don’t delay with delivering your ballots to the ballot box. SIGN and DATE your ballot.
Early voting will allow you do verify receipt of your ballot ahead of Nov. 3, 8pm deadline.
3-4 days after delivery to ballot box, check VoteWa.gov site by logging in with your name and birthdate to verify that your ballot was received.
If not, check again in a day or two beyond that. If not received by then, call Kitsap Auditor’s Elections Office- 360.337.7128 to report where and when you turned ballot in.
Note: This is extremely unlikely to occur.
In addition, a voter protection hotline is manned by the WA State Democrats: 206.309.8683
Also know that voting early helps eliminate volunteers from calling you with a reminder. Greatly appreciated by all of us dialing away. :) Thank you.
Ballot not yet received? Website: VoteWa.gov site by logging in with your name and birthdate to verify your registration, mailing address and date your ballot was mailed out.
Possible to change address online on this website & request a new ballot until October 26th. Beyond that all changes need to be made in person.
Cure Forms: If you get a ‘rejected’ status, it’ll be due to signature missing or mismatched with what’s on your registration. Call Kitsap Auditor’s Elections Office- 360.337.7128 to verify.
You’ll receive a ‘cure form’ in the mail. Respond and return asap. Note: If cure form received before 8pm on Nov. 3rd, ok to drop it in an official ballot drop box no later than 8pm. Beyond that personally deliver to post office asap. All cure forms must be received by Auditor’s Office no later than the Cure Date Nov. 23, 4:30 pm for WA Counties' certification of Nov. 3rd election. Again, call to verify receipt of your cure form. Your ballot will be cured and counted only if received by Nov. 23.