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Contact Us:

                 Yakima County Election Division
visit:         128 N 2nd St, Room 117
                  Yakima WA 98901
mail:          PO Box 12570
                  Yakima WA 98909
call:           509-574-1340
fax:            509-574-1341
e-mail:       iVote@co.yakima.wa.us

Voter Outreach

In the Community

Come visit us!

Help us encourage civic engagement!  If you know of an event where we can encourage civic engagement, please let us know.

Where we've been:

ARC of Yakima
Yakima Families Hands & Voices
Latino Expo
Neighborhood health fairs
Latino Legislative Day
Feria/Fiesta de Salud
Behavioral healthcare conference
Merritt Resource Services
Veteran's Benefit Event
Homeless Network Connect
Yakima Valley Farm Worker's Clinic health fairs

Also connect with us on 2-1-1
Latino Expo table                                       Neighborhood Health Fair table

Student Outreach

Many of Yakima County's schools have involved the Elections Division in their elections.  We are available to conduct ASB or class officer elections and Prom King and Queen elections.  In recent years, we have conducted elections for Wilson Middle School, West Valley Junior High and Selah Junior High.

The Youth Vote - The Elections Division reminds the valley's high school seniors that registering and voting is important by congratulating them on their graduation achievements and providing a voter registration form in their senior packets.

Checking students off list so they can go voitstudents votingStudents that have votedstudent getting there pass signed and I voted sticker

Naturalization ceremonies

Deciding to become a United States citizen is an important decision in a person's life.  When someone voluntarily becomes a US citizen it is known as the Naturalization process.  Once they apply and successfully pass the required exams, a Naturalization ceremony is held.

The Elections Division attends Naturalization ceremonies on a monthly basis at the Federal Courthouse in Yakima and at the local U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) office.  In the past year, we have attended over 50 ceremonies!  New citizens understand the importance of civic engagement and are eager to register to vote!

table at the Federal buildingMan & Woman filling out regestration formslady filling out registration formPeople filling out voter registration forms