To vote in Clark County you must be a registered voter. The information on these pages will help you register for the first time or maintain your registration and keep it up to date.
- Register to vote
- Check your voter registration/voting districts
- Vote by mail
- A "Special Absentee Ballot Request" form is only for voters who believe that they will not be able to receive their ballot in sufficient time if it is sent to them by regular mail 20 days before the election. This will allow the voter to request that their ballot be sent earlier than a regular ballot. This form should be printed and either mailed or emailed to the Elections Department. Contact the elections office or call (360) 397-2345 if you have additional questions, or to determine if this is the correct form to use.
- A "Health Care Facility Absentee Ballot Request" form is for voters who are unable to vote their regular ballot because they are resident in a health care facility on election day. This form should be printed out, completed and sent to the Elections Department by messenger. The messenger will be given a ballot to take to the voter.
- How to Challenge a Voter Registration in Washington state