Election 2020 Voting Resources


Kennedi Finnes

Local Businesses like Sugar Pill in Capitol Hill are using signs to urge their customers to vote.

With the Presidential election just around the corner, here is a list of resources in Seattle to make sure your vote is counted. Tell your friends, tell your family, share the information and no matter what: VOTE! 

Elections calendar for Washington state

Where to turn in your in-state ballot:

The closet drop-boxes to Seattle University:

  • Broadway-Edison Building (northeast corner) 

1701 Broadway 

Seattle, WA 98122

  • Garfield Community Center

2323 E Cherry Street 

Seattle, WA 98122

Absentee or out-of-state voting:

Check your state’s dates and deadlines for absentee or early voting here.

To check if your ballot has been received, go to your state’s voting page and enter your information. Check and see if your Washington ballot was received

Didn’t receive a voting guide with your ballot? Not a problem, check your voter’s guide by clicking on “find what’s on your ballot”

Not sure who or what to vote for? Here is a list of endorsements: