October 10, 2011
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.