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November 7, 2017 General Election,
- Voters' Pamphlet, click here.
- Sample Ballot, click here.
All possible election dates and registration deadlines can be seen, here
November 7, 2017 - General Election Information
Last Day to Update: October 9
Last Day for New Registration: October 30
Ballots Available: October 18
Ballots Mailed: October 18
Last Day to Update Registration: This is the last day to make changes to your voter registration if you are currently registered to vote anywhere in Washington State and be eligible to participate in the next election.
Last Day for New Registrations: This is the last day to register to vote ONLY if you are not currently registered in Washington State and be eligible to participate in the next election. However, you must register in person at:
Skagit County Elections Department
Skagit County Auditor's Office
700 S. 2nd St., Room 201
Mount Vernon, WA 98273
All locations are open 20 days before election day, and remain open 24 hours a day until 8:00 PM Election Night.
- confirm a registration
- request a ballot or replacement ballot
- update a residential address or mailing address
- confirm that a voted ballot has been received
Click the MyVote logo below or...
...contact Skagit County Elections via email at email@example.com, or call us at 360-416-1702
This following link takes you to the Skagit County Geographic Information Services (GIS) full-county map of Skagit County’s voting precincts. This map shows voting precincts with Congressional, Legislative, and County Commissioner district boundaries. City and town boundaries are also displayed, along with street name information down to a certain level. There are no individual precinct maps at this time.
All maps are in PDF format and require Adobe Reader to view. To download the free Adobe Reader, click here.
(This is a large, full-county map and may load slowly due to file size. If map controls aren't visible, move cursor to lower, center of screen.)
The GIS Map Gallery website also contains maps of each city’s or town’s precincts. It also contains many non-elections maps.
Elections Mission Statement
Skagit County Elections is committed to voter participation and to the protection of our constitutional freedoms through an efficient, accurate, and secure electoral process, with the highest level of integrity in operations and technology.
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