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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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Dolores Gilmore (D)

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Military and Overseas Voters

If you are a military or overseas voter or if you believe your ballot will not be received in time to vote, you may request your ballot be sent by email or request an early ballot.

If you are a military spouse or dependent, and you are away from home because of military service, you may also qualify as a military voter. 

Email Ballot

Kitsap County offers an email ballot program for military and overseas voters. To sign up, complete the Ballots Delivered by Email Request Form.

  • An email containing a web link to access your ballot, voter affidavit and voting instructions will be sent to you 30 days prior to Special Elections or 45 days prior to Primary and General Elections.
  • To participate in this program you must provide your email address, have access to a computer and printer, and have Adobe Acrobat installed on your computer.
  • A fold and tape envelope will be provided for return mailing.
  • You may obtain more information on the email ballot program by email.
Early Ballot
You may request an early ballot up to 90 days prior to a primary or general election. Your request must state that you will not be able to return a regular ballot by normal mail within the period provided for regular ballots.
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.
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, 14 days after the Primary and 21 days after the General Election dates. For more information about voting in Washington as a military or overseas voter, go to the Washington Secretary of State page outlining rules and deadlines.
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Last Updated:  December 28, 2016