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Online voter registratation deadline is Monday

by Jennifer Way | October 4th, 2013

Chase Warren

Chase Warren, who just turned 18, holds up his voter registration form, completed on his birthday. (Photo courtesy of Jennifer Way)

Congratulations to Chase Warren of Olympia, not only for his 18th birthday but for remembering to register to vote! Chase stopped by our office Friday afternoon, quickly and painlessly filled out a voter registration form, and left as a Washingtonian voter. He helped Washington move just a little closer to the 4-million-registered-voter mark.

Chase chose to register the old-school way, using a paper registration form. But you can also register online or via mail. Just remember that next Monday (Oct. 7 ) is the last day to register to vote online or by mail in time to vote in the General Election later this fall. Monday is also the last day to update your registration status, such as a change of address.  If you’ve never registered to vote in Washington, don’t fret.  You have until Oct. 28 to register in person at your county elections department!

 

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