Online voter registration services across the state will be unavailable from Thursday, August 30 until Tuesday, September 4
OLYMPIA, WA – Beginning Thursday, August 30, online voter registration services will be unavailable across the state as part of a Department of Licensing database upgrade. Online voter registration services will resume on Tuesday, September 4.
During the service interruption, registered voters can still use the MyVote.wa.gov look up tool to confirm their voter registration status.
"Labor Day Weekend is a popular time for voter registration drives because of its proximity to the November General Election," said Thurston County Auditor Mary Hall. "Individuals or groups conducting voter registration drives can use hard copies of voter registration forms readily available online or at our office to ensure eligible citizens who want to register are able to do so."
Individuals and groups can access and print voter registration forms online at the Secretary of State's website in English and 20 other languages. Residents can also contact the Auditor's Elections team at 360.786.5408 to arrange pick up of bulk voter registration forms.