Our duty is to ensure openness, accountability and integrity in counting your vote. Kitsap County Elections, a division of the Kitsap County Auditor, is here to assist you with voter registration and to support you, the eligible voter, during elections. This page provides content to help you make your voice heard.
Presidential Primary 2020 Explained View this page for answers to your questions about this state's presidential primary.
Ballot Drop Boxes Go here for a map of Kitsap County's 22 ballot drop boxes.
Access Your Ballot Online If you need to access and your ballot online and print it where you are, log in to Votewa.gov and look for the "Online Ballot" menu item. If you vote this way, be sure to go all the way through the process to print both the ballot and the declaration section.
Ballot Return Statistics See the number of ballot packets received that have been signature-verified and will continue through the ballot tabulation process.
Special Election Results
Reconciliation Report See post-election statistics about ballots processed for this election.
Voter Registration: Use this page to register to vote or easily review your registration information, see your voter history, change your name and address, cancel your registration or find information about restoring voting rights.
Kitsap County Elected Officials and District Maps: Discover information about your federal, state, county, and city representatives as well as your school, fire, port, sewer, utility, water, and park & recreation districts.
Past Election Results: View historic Kitsap County election results going back to 1998.
Candidate Filing and Ballot Measures: Candidate filing week for 2020 elections is May 11-15, 2020. The withdrawal deadline is May 18.
Military, Overseas and Early Voting: We make it easy so your voice is heard and your vote is counted, whether you are halfway around the world or stationed here.
Accessible Voting: The Kitsap County Auditor is committed to providing accessible voting systems, programs, and services across our community.
Validation: Some measures must meet a "supermajority" to pass. This page provides the number of votes from each district from the General Election of 2018, the number districts use to calculate whether their measures pass in 2019.
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