Information to Vote Safely in the 2020 General Election

Republicans Are Committed to Honest Elections!

  • Ballots must be turned in not later than 8:00 PM on November 3rd, 2020.
  • Ballots can be dropped off into a King County Elections Ballot Drop box. Here are the Eastside locations and they are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week until 8PM sharp on November 3rd:
    • Kirkland City Hall
    • Redmond City Hall
    • Redmond Community Center at Marymoor Village
    • Sammamish City Hall
    • Kingsgate Library
    • Woodinville Library (on Avondale Rd.)
    • Duvall Police Department Depot Park
    • Bothell City Hall
    • Kenmore City Hall

If you are going to drop your ballot off at a ballot drop box on November 3rd, please allow extra time. Expect long lines as 8:00 PM approaches and the cut off is 8:00 sharp. If you find a long line, park and walk your ballot directly to the drop box so it arrives by 8PM. There are often people who are in line but did not get their ballot dropped in the box by 8:00.  Their ballot will be collected but it will not be counted.  Don’t be one of those who missed being counted by ‘just a minute’. Take care of it earlier in the day.

  • You can also mail your ballot via the US Postal Service with no postage required. Again, it must be mailed in time to be postmarked before 8:00 PM on November 3rd. Do not mail after 4pm Tuesday – go to an Official Drop Box instead, as they are open until 8pm.
  • Your ballot envelope must be signed and dated

Things to keep in mind if you need help:

  • You can designate someone to help you, but it is up to you who you select.
  • It is a crime for someone to deceive you or record your vote inaccurately
  • You can get assistance from King County Elections if you have a disability that makes using the ballot difficult. You may have to go to their Renton office for this help. Your residential facility may be able to provide transportation. King County Elections is located at 919 SW Grady Way, Renton, WA and can be reached via phone at (206) 296-8683.
  • Don’t let anyone influence how you vote your ballot. It is YOUR ballot.
  • Protect the possession of your ballot until it is properly submitted in the ballot drop box or postal service receptacle.
  • Do not let anyone inhibit your access to your ballot. Nobody can vote for you. It is the law.

Our goal is to have very high participation and an election with no fraud.  We are all well served when the outcome of any election is an accurate reflection of the will of the people.  Please be vigilant in protecting your ballot; don’t be a victim of any kind of ‘ballot harvesting’ scheme.

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Contact Senators to Support Judge Amy Coney Barrett

Please take a minute to email our two U.S. Senators to vote to CONFIRM Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court!

If the procedural steps are followed, the final vote is expected Monday evening, so you have Sunday or early Monday to send your email. Your message can be just a simple “please vote to confirm Amy Coney Barrett to the U.S. Supreme Court”. This is an historic nomination and Amy Coney Barrett has more than earned this confirmation. Let’s help boost her support!

Phone calls on Monday to their Seattle or D.C. offices also help.

You can contact Senator Patty Murray online at:

154 Russell Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510
Phone: (202) 224-2621
FAX: (202) 224-0238
Toll-Free: (866) 224-9186

You can contact Senator Maria Cantwell online at:

511 Hart Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510
Phone: (202) 224-3441
FAX: (202) 228-0514

Recommendations for 2020 General Election

Here are our recommendations for the 2020 general election local ballot.

Statewide Issues

Ref. 90 State sexual ed curriculum -REJECT
Advisory Votes 32-33-34-35 – REPEAL
ESJR 8212 Amends Constitution – REJECT

Federal Offices

President/Vice-Pres – Donald Trump/Mike Pence
Cong. Dist. 1 – Jeffrey Beeler
Cong. Dist. 8 – Jesse Jensen

State Offices

Governor – Loren Culp
Lt. Governor – WRITE IN Joshua Freed
Attorney General – Matt Larkin
Secretary of State – Kim Wyman
State Treasurer – Duane Davidson
State Auditor – Chris Lebya
Commissioner of Public Lands – Sue Pederson
Supt. of Public Instruction – Maia Espinoza
45th State Representative, Pos. 2 – Amber Krabach
State Supreme Court Justice, Pos. 3 – Dave Larson

King County Issues

KC Charter Amendment 1 – NO
KC Charter Amendment 2 – NO
KC Charter Amendment 3 – YES
KC Charter Amendment 4 – NO
KC Charter Amendment 5 – NO
KC Charter Amendment 6 – NO
KC Charter Amendment 7 – NO
KC Proposition 1 – YES

View the King County Republican Platform at