When more union members register to vote, the values of workers have a stronger voice in political decisions. This helps defend important workplace protections and push for new legislation.
The Voting Center on campus will be at the Dempsey Indoor Center. Anyone can visit to update their registration, register and print their ballot, or use accessible voting tech. The hours are:
- Saturday, October 31st: 10:00am-4:00pm
- Monday, November 2nd: 8:30am-6:30pm
- Tuesday, November 3rd: 8:30am-8:00pm
Our colleagues in the Graduate and Professional Student Senate and the Washington Student Association also compiled this helpful information on voting:
Register to Vote
Follow this link to register to vote or to verify/update your registration online.
If you’re already registered in King County, you can request (or track) your ballot here.
If you’re not able to register online or would like to submit a paper form, we’ll be happy to provide one to you. Please email us at email@example.com and provide your name and physical address and we will send you a form.
If you have trouble with voter registration or your ballot, check out these helpful resources from our colleagues in colleagues in GPSS and the Washington Student Association:
- The Voting Center on campus at the Dempsey Indoor Center: Anyone can visit to update their registration, register and print their ballot, or use accessible voting tech. The Voting Center is open: Saturday, October 31st: 10:00am-4:00pm; Monday, November 2nd: 8:30am-6:30pm; Tuesday, November 3rd: 8:30am-8:00pm.
- Ballot Box locations
- Registration and ballot FAQs
The deadline for registering (or updating your registration) online or by mail is October 26, 2020. The deadline for registering in person is November 3, 2020.
TAs, tutors, and instructors – encourage your students to register
As instructors, we can reach several thousand students across campus to make sure our voices are heard in this year’s critical November 3 election. Add this slide (PDF / Google Slides) to an upcoming class/section to help get the word out!
Find more information about voting to share with your students here.