Has your ballot been counted? Here’s how to track it

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Since Washington is one of three states (Oregon and Colorado are the other two) that vote by mail, you might want to make sure your ballot has been counted!

Most counties allow you to track your ballot each step of the way:

  • Has it been mailed to you?
  • Has the county received it back?
  • Has the signature been verified and the ballot counted?

To track the status of your ballot, go to the official website of your county auditor and enter the information:

Click here for King County

Click here for Snohomish County

Click here for Kitsap County

For other counties including Pierce, click here to go to the state’s web site and click on “MyBallot”

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