2020 March Presidential Primary

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General Information

All registered voters in Clark County will receive ballots for this election. 

Ballots will be mailed Feb. 21. Please expect them to arrive in your mailbox no later than Feb. 27.

 

Why do you need to mark a political party box?

For the March 10 Presidential Primary only, the major political parties require voters to choose a party. Your choice of party will not affect how you may vote in future elections. You must mark and sign the political party declaration (box) on your envelope for your vote to count per RCW 29A.56.050. 

Each major party wrote its declaration and provided wording to the Secretary of State’s Office for ballot materials. Attempts to change the party declaration could result in your ballot not being counted.

For more information click on the Presidential Primary Frequently Asked Questions directly below.

 

Official Results (HTML)

Official Results (PDF)

Daily Ballot Returns

Presidential Primary Frequently Asked Questions

Sample Ballot

Statewide Voters' Pamphlet (PDF version)

Online voters' Guide 

Audio version of Voters' Pamphlet

Random Audit

 

News


News Release - County Elections to perform manual election ballot count comparison on March 11

News Release - March 10 Presidential Primary Ballots and Instructions mailed to Voters

News Release - March Presidential Primary logic and accuracy test scheduled for Feb. 25

 

Key Dates

Military/overseas ballots mailed

Jan. 24
Deadline to register or update your existing registration online Mar. 2

Deadline to register or update your existing registration (in person)

Mar. 10

Ballots mailed

Feb. 21

Election Day

Mar. 10

Deadline to return a ballot through the mail

Postmarked by
Mar. 10

Deadline to return a ballot through a drop box

Deposited by
8 pm Mar. 10

Preliminary results released

By 8:30 pm
Mar. 10

Election certification (official results released)

Mar. 20