Perform a free Washington public voter records search, including voter registration checks, requirements, eligibility, voting districts, precincts and poll locations, registered parties, and absentee ballots.
Benton County District Map View Benton County election research and data with information on registration data, returned ballots, election maps and election results. Search Records
Chelan County District Maps View Chelan County precincts and maps by large area, precincts and school districts number. Search Records
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Klickitat County District Maps View Klickitat County precinct maps and voter information, including hours, phone number, and address. Search Records
Okanogan County Voter Records View Okanogan County voter and election information page, including sample ballots and contact information. Search Records
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San Juan County District Maps View San Juan County district maps and precinct maps, including maps of each district. Search Records
Spokane County Elections Office District Maps View Spokane County Elections Office precinct maps, including legislative districts, city maps, school districts, and precinct boundary descriptions. Search Records
State of Washington Voter Records Search State of Washington voter database by name, address and house number. Search Records
Whatcom County District Maps View Whatcom County districts and maps, including forms and map downloads. Search Records
Voter Records are documents that list information about a state's registered voters. Every state requires citizens to register with the Secretary of State in order to vote in local, state, and federal elections. Voter Records include the application to register, the voter's precinct and party affiliation, and whether the voter has participated in any previous local, state, and federal elections.
Information on registered voters, including their address, age, gender, ethnicity, and history of voting participation, are contained in Voter Records. In most states, this information is stored electronically on secure servers. The federal government does not maintain Voter Records. Because each state keeps its own Voter Records, the exact format of the records may vary from state to state.
Voter Records are used for a number of purposes. Political campaigns may use Voter Records for canvassing and other outreach purposes, such as Get Out The Vote efforts. Political organizations may also use these records to identify voters by party. Political activists may also rely on Voter Records to encourage registered voters to participate in upcoming elections.
Governments and researchers also use Voter Records. The Secretary of State may use Voter Records to track the voting history of candidates who are running for public office. The courts use Voting Records, in addition to other records, to select citizens for jury duty. Political scientists, historians, and sociologists can also use Voter Records to track demographic data, political party affiliation trends, and to understand election results.
In most cases, Voter Records are considered public records, and they are available under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). Access to Voting Records can vary depending on applicable state laws. While a citizen's history of election participation and party affiliation are open to the public, some personal information is private, such as the voter's address and marital status. Some states may also allow citizens to request that certain Voter Record information is kept private, due to confidentiality concerns.