🎃 Don't boo! Vote! 🗳️ Our Video Voters' Guide is here to help with your ballot

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Hey, procrastinator! Why's your ballot collecting dust? Vote by this Tuesday!

Video Voters' Guide

Oh my gourd 🎃! It's Halloween and your ballot is still on the coffee table? Before you trick or treat, grab your ballot and head to Seattle Channel's Video Voters' Guide to hear directly from most candidates, including for King County Executive, King County Council, Port of Seattle Commissioner, Seattle Mayor, Seattle City Attorney, Seattle City Council, and Seattle School Board. Then grab a pen, a pumpkin-y beverage (no judgement here), and put your bubbling-in skills to good use! Finally, have your contribution to local democracy postmarked by or returned to a ballot drop box by 8 p.m. this Tuesday, Nov. 2! Doing your civic duty has never been easier!

More election help is here!

City Inside/Out with mayoral candidates Bruce Harrell and M. Lorena Gonzalez

✅ Bruce Harrell and M. Lorena González want your vote to lead the Pacific Northwest's largest city. The two participated in the Washington State Debate Coalition's two Seattle mayoral debates, including Thursday's heated discussion focused on public safety and public health. In early October, the two shared their vision for the economy and business.

✅ Dive deeper with City Inside/Out. Watch debates with the candidates in five important races: Seattle Mayor, Seattle City Attorney, Seattle City Council Position 8, Seattle City Council Position 9, and King County Executive. Then, hear insights from three local journalists who are following the fall's biggest races.

✅ Learn how Seattle candidates running for mayor, city council, and school board would protect and bolster the diverse and creative community that makes Seattle a nationwide artistic hub.

✅ Ballot signed and sealed? Ballots must be postmarked by or returned to a ballot drop box by 8 p.m. on November 2. Find a ballot drop box and plan ahead to avoid lines. 

✅ Not registered to vote? Don't delay; you can still register in person through Nov. 2.

✅ Need more help? For help getting a replacement ballot, changing your address, tracking your ballot and everything else ballot- and election-related, visit King County Elections' How to Vote website.

Check out the King County Elections website for more resources or to get assistance with anything and everything elections-related.