Beginning at 8 am on Monday, Dec. 11, 2023, Clark County Elections Department will begin taking candidate filings for the commissioner positions of: Drainage District 2 positions 1 and 2; Drainage Improvement District 5 positions 1, and Diking Improvement District 14 positions 2. All terms are for 6 years except Drainage District 2 position 2 which for an unexpired term of 4 years.
The filing period will end at 5 pm on Friday, Dec. 13, 2023.
Today, Nov. 21, the United States Postal Service delivered 13 general election ballots to Clark County Elections that were discovered in “out-of-service” USPS mailboxes within the county.
Twelve of the ballot return envelopes were signed and dated on or before election day and will be counted. One ballot return envelope did not have the date the voter signed and cannot be counted. These ballots will not affect the outcome of races or measures in this election.
Beginning at 10 am Wednesday, Nov. 8, elections officials will perform a hand count of approximately 600 ballots randomly selected as part of a manual comparison against machine results.
For this comparison, the race for City of Vancouver, Council Position No. 6 will be counted by hand, to check the accuracy of the ballot tabulation equipment. The selected ballots will be counted in the total returns on Election Day.
If a voter has not received their ballot, they should contact the Elections Office at (564) 397-2345 or email@example.com.
Vancouver, Wash. ‒ Beginning Friday, Oct. 20, Clark County Elections will mail ballots to all eligible registered voters in the county.
At 2 pm on Wednesday, Sept. 6, the Clark County Elections Office will conduct a logic and accuracy test of the programming of the accessible voting units for the Nov. 7 General and Special Election.
At 10:30 am on Friday, Sept. 8, the logic and accuracy test of the programming that is used to tabulate ballots for the Nov. 7 General and Special Election will be conducted.
Every election, the Clark County Auditor’s Office provides an online and printed voters’ guide with information about candidates and ballot measures for voters to make an informed decision when voting. The November General voters’ guide includes a local ballot measure with supporting and opposing statements written by citizens.
Beginning at 9 am Wednesday, Aug. 2, elections officials will perform a hand count of approximately 600 ballots randomly selected as part of a manual comparison against machine results for the Aug. 1, 2023, Primary and Special Election.
For this comparison, a race in the City of Battle Ground will be counted by hand, to check the accuracy of the ballot tabulation equipment. The selected ballots will be included in the total returns on Election Day.
At the close of the regular candidate filing period on Friday, May 19, 2023, Clark County election officials had not received candidate filings for four elected offices: Town of Yacolt, Councilor, Positions 1 and 5; Green Mountain School District, Director, Position 1; and Clark County Fire Protection District 13, Commissioner, Position 3.
Beginning Friday, July 14, Clark County Elections will mail ballots to all eligible registered voters residing within the City of Battle Ground, City of Woodland, Clark County Fire District 3 and Clark County Fire District 4.
At 10 am on Wednesday, June 7, the Clark County Elections Office will conduct a logic and accuracy test of the programming that is used to tabulate ballots as well as the accessible voting units for the Aug. 1 Primary and Special Election.
The test will be held at the Elections Office, 1408 Franklin St. This test is required under Washington state law before every election. Members of the news media, jurisdictions with measures on the ballot and the public are invited to attend this test.
Ballots for this election will be mailed on Friday, July 14.