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












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County Auditor
Dolores Gilmore (D)

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Ballots

Ballots are mailed to all registered voters no later than 18 days before an election.

Replacement Ballots
Contact the Elections Division to request a replacement ballot for yourself or a member of your family.

Email Ballots

Voters may request to receive a ballot via email. Military and overseas voter may make this request on an ongoing basis. Non-military voters may request an email ballot on a one-time basis and must return a signed copy of the original ballot.

Request an Early Ballot
Voters who believe they would not receive a regular ballot in time to vote may request an early ballot in writing no earlier than 90 days before an election.

  • The early ballot contains only those offices, candidates and measures known at the time of the application.

  • A regular ballot is also mailed to the voter. If the regular ballot is returned as a voted ballot, it is processed and the early ballot is voided.

  • Request an early ballot

Faxed Ballots
You may request that a ballot be faxed to you by contacting the Kitsap County Auditor’s Office. You will be faxed a ballot and complete instructions.

Military and Overseas Ballots

Ballots are mailed to military and overseas voters 45 days prior to a Primary or General Election, or 30 days prior to a Special Election.

Military and overseas voters may request to receive their ballots by email. These ballots may be returned via email, fax or standard mail. Ballots returned by email or fax must be received by 8 p.m. on Election Day.

Military and overseas ballots returned by mail do not require a postmark; however, the ballot declaration must be signed and dated by Election Day to be counted.

Federal Write-In Ballot
Federal Write-In ballots may be used by military and overseas civilian voters residing outside the United States for Primary and General Elections.

Ballots may be obtained from your Installation Voting Officer or from any US Embassy or Consular Office or you may request the write-in ballot directly from the Federal Voting Assistance Program.

Ballots must be received in the Auditor’s Office prior to certification, 10 days after Special Elections, 14 days after the Primary and 21 days after the General Election dates.

Useful Links

Request an email ballot

Request an early ballot

Federal Voting Assistance Program

Federal Write-in Ballot