It's super easy to register to vote

October 20, 2016


As I am a new resident of the state of Washington and that this year's election is BONKERS, I had to get registered to vote.

I wasn't able to do it online since I don't even have a Washington license yet, so I went to do it in person the other day. I arrived at the King County Elections office 45 minutes before they closed and I was in and out in less than 10 minutes.

It was an easier process than getting my nails done. Seriously. You can register at ANY OF THE PLACES ON THIS MAP.

Funny, though, the woman at the counter looked at me like I had four heads when I asked her where I could find a list of polling stations near me for Election Day voting. She was helpful and explained the mailing process that takes place here. Although, you can take your ballot into ANY OF THESE LOCATIONS, too. It's convenient and makes it easier for us to vote, which we all should do, of course.

Hard to choose a candidate? Vote in the Alternative Election!

You don't need me to tell you to it's our fundamental right to vote, but before we can even think of voting, we have to make sure we are registered. October 31 is the last day you can register to vote in person, so don't wait any longer if you haven't registered already!

Go get it over with, it'll only take a few minutes of your time. Then you can go back to catching Pokemon or whatever the kids are doing these days. Heck, you may even be able to catch some in the office. Go. Do it. And then vote, because it is the most important thing we can do as American citizens. 

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