|General Election - November 7|
You can still register and vote in this election, but you must come in to our office by 8pm election night.
- ballot return options Using a ballot drop box?
The drop boxes listed here are official ballot drop boxes maintained by the Yakima County Auditor's Office. Other locations that may offer ballot collection are unofficial and are not associated with the Yakima County Auditor's Office. If you cannot personally return your ballot, only let people you trust deliver it for you.
- your ballot signature matters
- check the status of your ballot at votewa.gov
If your ballot status is rejected / challenged, don't worry, you can still "cure" your ballot, so it counts.
|if your ballot was rejected for ...|
|signature does not match||The signature on your ballot envelope wasn't similar to any signature that we have on file for you. If you did not receive the form we mailed you, follow the instructions on this cure form.|
|unsigned||Your ballot envelope was not signed. If you did not receive the form we mailed you, follow the instructions on this cure form.|
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Help America Vote Act
The Help America Vote Act (HAVA) of 2002 implemented many changes to the electoral process ensuring all voters have an opportunity to vote privately and independently.
Voters in Washington State with accessibility needs can vote by mail or visit an accessible voting center to vote on an accessible voting unit.