How to register
You can register to vote using MyVote. To register to vote using this online program, you must have either a valid Washington State Driver's License, or State Identification (ID) Card.
To register online, click here
You can register to vote in person at the Skagit County Auditor's Office. We are located at:
700 S. 2nd St, Room 201 (corner of 2nd & Kincaid)
Mount Vernon, WA 98273
Hours: M-F 8:30-4:30
You can register to vote via mail by downloading and printing a registration form and sending it to our office. You can download your form using the link at the bottom of the page.
In addition, a registration form can be requested by calling our office at 360-416-1702.
Change of Address
If moving within Skagit County or moving to a new county, your new address must be reported to the Elections Department at least 29 days prior to the next election.
If you register within 28 or less of the election, your voter registration will be held and processed after the election is certified. Depending on the election, certification is anywhere from 10 days after Election Day up to 3 weeks.
If you would like to verify that your registration has been received, please call or email your county's Election office.
If you are not registered anywhere in the state & are registering for the first time, you may register in person at the Elections Department of the county that you live up to 8 days prior to the election.
In order to change your name in our voter records, a new registration form must be filled out with your new signature. You can fill out a form in our office or send it in by mail.
Where to Vote
The State of Washington is an all vote-by-mail state. All voters receive their ballots in the mail and can return their ballots by mail or at drop-boxes whose locations are announced in advance of each election.
To download and print a registration form, click here (PDF format)
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