Washington voters have until 8 p.m. on Election Day (Nov. 6) to return their ballots -- via mail or at a local drop off station.
KING 5 News offers the following information about candidates and ballot initiatives in addition to the stories from our reporting team:
It's Your Time -- Hear directly from the candidates
Candidates for governor, U.S. Senate, and U.S. House taped short segments in which they make their pitch to voters. Watch their statements.
Ballot Guide -- Research candidates and issues
KING5.com's Ballot Guide contains detailed information on most races and issues on Washington state ballots. With the exception of local (municipal and county) races, the guide provides in-depth information that can help you decide which candidates to support. Start your research.
Ad Watch -- Who's telling the truth?
KING 5 News's Robert Mak produces a series of special reports on the television ads barraging viewers in Washington state. Watch.
Up Front Voters' Guide
A one-hour special that aired Oct. 22. Learn more about the candidates for governor and other statewide offices. Watch.
Campaign 2012 News
Get full coverage from KING 5 and its news partners.
Ballot drop-off locations
Accessible and in-person voting
Counties are operating voting centers where ANY REGISTERED VOTER can vote in-person. Here is a list of locations and times by county:
Kitsap County (scroll to bottom of page)
Pierce County: Voting centers open November 3rd, 5th, and 6th from 7:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. Map of locations.