Did you know, the state of Washington had 3,640,468 registered voters as of Oct. 5, 2011? That’s according to the Secretary of State’s Office, which reports that there are a number of statewide and local issues on ballots across the state for the Nov. 8 General Election.
A number of resources are available to help voters learn about issues and cast their ballots. One such resource is the non-partisan and non-profit Living Voters Guide, which bills itself as the state’s “citizen-powered voters guide.” You can read, write and discuss issues, and build your own pro and con list using the LVG.
Other election resources include:
- The 2011 General Election Online Voters’ Guide (Secretary of State)
- TVW’s Video Voters Guide (TVW)
- Register to vote, get your voting information (Secretary of State)
- Results from previous elections (Secretary of State)
Please visit the Secretary of State’s Election Page for more info and resources.