Who are we?
The Elections Department administers all federal, state and local elections in Adams County, registers voters, maintains voter registration records, and provides voter information.
All voters will receive their ballots in the mail. On Election Day only, the courthouse will be open for ballot drop-off and use of accessible voting equipment between 8:30 A.M. and 8:00 P.M.
Questions? Need a replacement ballot? Call (509) 659-3249.
Register Online to Vote using MyVote
Online Voter Guide - click on Current Election from the menu under Resources to access the online voter guide for information about candidates and ballot measures
Write In qualifies for General Election ballot:
The Adams County Commissioner District #1 has a second candidate on the General Election Ballot.
John W. Hunt, former County Sheriff, received 24 write-in votes, giving him the second greatest number of votes cast. Mr. Hunt did not file a declaration of candidacy as a write in candidate, however, enough voters wrote his name in during the Primary for him to qualify as a candidate on the General Election ballot.
November 8, 2016 General Election
Ballots will be mailed to voters October 19