If the slate of general election candidates has you eager to vote, be sure your registration is up to date.
Whatcom County residents have until Monday, July 3 to register to vote or change their address if they want to vote in the August 1 primary. Individuals not registered to vote anywhere in Washington state are able to register in person at the county auditor’s office by July 24.
Visit myvote.wa.gov to register or change an address online. Paper registration forms can be dropped off between 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday or mailed to 311 Grand Avenue, suite 103.
To learn more about voter registration, contact Whatcom County Auditor Debbie Adelstein at 360/778-5105 or chief deputy auditor Diana Bradrick at 360/778-5130.