How to Vote
Watch this quick video with everything you need to know about how to vote. To access the resources referenced in the video, click through to watch it on YouTube. If you have any problems or need more help, just call 866-OUR-VOTE.
President of the United States
What They Do: Commander in Chief of the military, oversees the national government, can sign or veto bills from Congress
What They Do: The Governor runs state departments, can pass or veto legislation and is the leader of the executive branch of government in Washington.
US Senator for Washington
What They Do: Writes and decides whether national laws pass or fail, approves or blocks Supreme Court justices & other nominees.s
What They Do: The Lieutenant Governor acts as the Governor when the Governor is out of the state or is otherwise unable to serve and they are the President of the State Senate.
Secretary of State
What They Do: The primary responsibility of the Secretary of State is to oversee all things elections, voter registration, corporations and state archives in Washington.
Voter Information Specific To Your Area
Voting is quick and easy in America, but every state runs their elections a little differently. Select your state to find out what you need to do to cast your ballot and vote your values this election.