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Kitsap County Auditor * 619 Division St
Pt Orchard WA 98366-4687
360-337-7129 * Fax: 360-337-4645

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County Auditor
Dolores Gilmore (D)

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Elections Division

Voter Registration, Military and Overseas, Restoring Rights

August 2, 2016 Washington Primary

Elections Processing In Focus

Kyle Joyce, Elections Manager, shows in the video below how your ballot is processed once it is returned to Kitsap County Elections.












Submitting Ballot Measures
Rules, validation standards and deadlines for future elections.


Candidate Filing 2016

Archive of Election Results
Results of prior elections.

Elected Officials
Lists of all districts and elected officials representing Kitsap County.

Districts and Maps
Maps of all districts and precincts in Kitsap County
and a district search tool to find your representatives.

Accessible Voting
To request an accommodation or materials in an alternative format, call 360-337-7128. Individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing may contact the Elections Division via the Washington Relay Service at

Contact Information
Contact the Kitsap County Auditor - Elections Division, including
maps, driving directions and office hours.

Elections News

August 2 Primary

If you did not receive your ballot or it was lost or damaged, email or call (360) 337-7128. For more information about this election, read the press release here.


Voter Deadlines

* Members of the military who are new Washington voters have until 8 p.m. on Election Day, August 2, to register.
* Online voter registration and address changes can be made until Oct. 10 to be on time for the November General Election until Oct 10.
* New Washington voters registering in person in our Port Orchard office at 619 Division Street have until Oct. 31 to be on time for the November 8 General Election.

Fax: (360) 337-5769


Local Voters' Pamphlet

LVP 2016 Primary Cover


Ballot Measures

The deadline for local districts to place measures on the Nov. 8 General Election ballot is Aug. 2.

See your registration information and voter history

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