November 3, 2020 General Election Information

Learn more about key dates for the upcoming election.
 

Interested in learning about the elections process in Clark County?

Follow this link to watch the CVTV video explaining the path of a ballot, resolution and voter intent, ballot tabulation, security features, recounts, canvassing and more.
 

Curious about the new Secrecy Sleeve

Follow this link to see a video explaining why your ballot packet has a secrecy sleeve instead of a secrecy envelope, and how voter privacy is maintained.


Voting is one of the foundations of a democracy. The Clark County Auditor supervises and administers federal, state and local elections conducted in the county. The Elections Office advises voters, candidates, political action committees, political parties, cities, special districts and others about administrative rules and election laws.

The department also maintains voter registration records, administers candidate filing, and produces the local voters’ pamphlet.

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Greg Kimsey
Clark County Auditor


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Register to vote or update your voter registration

Email us at elections@clark.wa.gov

Call us at 564-397-2345

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Get out the Vote!

To learn about accessible options, such as the audio version of the voters' pamphlet and the accessible voting units available to voters in Clark County, check out the Accessible Voting page!

Ballot Drop Box Locations in Clark County


Ballot drop sites

Open beginning Oct. 16 until 8 pm on Election Day, Nov. 3.
Find the nearest ballot drop site.