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August 2 Primary

The August 2 Primary features races for federal, state, and local offices and narrows the field of candidates for the General Election. Precinct Committee Officers are elected in the August election. Fire Districts 5, 17, 21, and 26 will have levy measures on the ballot.

Important Dates

June 17Military and overseas ballots mailed
July 13Local Voters' Pamphlet mailed
July 14Local ballots mailed
July 25Last day for voters to register or update voter information online
August 2
Election Day
Last day for voters to register or update voter information in person

Last day for voters to return voted ballot
August 16
County canvassing board certifies the county election results

Elections Results and Statistics

Initial results available at 8:15 p.m. August 2

Replacement Ballots

Ballot lost or damaged? Call 425-388-3444 or email

Election Information

What's on the ballot

Your voters’ guide is the best place to get information on the candidates and measures that appear on your ballot. Click the link above to see the guides available to you as well as a sample ballot containing all races and measures.

Track my ballot

There are tools and calendars available so you'll always know when to expect your ballot and when your vote has been received and processed. Click the link above to learn more.

Observe elections

The public can observe most portions of the election process. Snohomish County Elections also offers elections observation information sessions to assist observers in getting the most out of their visit. Click the link above for more information on the information session and observation.