Elections

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The Election Division of the Auditor's Office provides voter registration services and conducts local, state, and federal elections for Whatcom County. Whatcom County is a Vote-by-Mail county. All voters will receive their ballots in the mail.
  1. Open Public Meeting Notice and Agenda

    The Whatcom County Canvassing Board will hold a special meeting on Tuesday, July 30, 2019, at 2:00 pm. Read on...
  2. Primary Election Ballots will be Mailed July 17th

    Get ready to vote Whatcom County, Primary Election ballots will be mailed Wednesday, July 17th. Read on...
  3. For the First Time Ever Individuals Can Register to Vote Until 8:00 pm on Election Day!

    Beginning with the August 6 Primary Election, you can register to vote or change your address until 8:00 pm on Election Day by coming into the Whatcom County Auditor’s Office. Read on...
  4. Notice of August 6, 2019 Primary Election

    Read about new registration deadlines, the Whatcom County Local Voters' Pamphlet, and scheduled open public meetings for the August 6 Primary Election. Read on...
  5. Accessible Voting Units Available Beginning July 17

    Registered voters may cast their Primary Election ballot on an accessible voting unit at the Whatcom County Auditor's Office. Read on...
  6. Special 3-Day Candidate Filing Period

    There will be a special 3-day filing period August 14 - August 16 for offices up for election in which no candidate filed during official candidate filing week. Additional Info...
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