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April 24 Special Election
Only registered voters in the Battle Ground School District will receive ballots for this election. Ballots will be mailed April 6. Please expect them to arrive in your mailbox by April 12.
Election information page (related news, Online Voters' Guide, etc.)
|Military/overseas ballots mailed||March 23|
|Deadline to update your existing registration||March 26|
|Deadline to register online||March 26|
|Deadline to register by mail||Postmarked by
|Ballots mailed||April 6|
|Deadline for new Washington voter registrations
(in person only)
|Election Day||April 24, 2018|
|Deadline to return a ballot through the mail||Postmarked by
|Deadline to return a ballot through a drop box||Deposited by
8 pm April 24
|Preliminary results released||By 8:30 pm
|Election certification (official results released)||May 4|
To learn about accessible options, such as the audio version of the voters' pamphlet and the accessible voting units available to voters in Clark County, check out the Accessible Voting page!
- United States Electoral College
- Electoral College in Washington State
- Elections calendar
- 2018 validation requirements (PDF)
- District locator: Find your precinct and the voting districts you live in.
- Voter registration lists
- Active registered voters by district
Voting is one of the foundations of a democracy. The Clark County Auditor supervises and administers federal, state and local elections conducted in the county. The Elections Office advises voters, candidates, political action committees, political parties, cities, special districts and others about administrative rules and election laws.
The department also maintains voter registration records, administers candidate filing, and produces the local voters’ pamphlet.
Clark County Auditor