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Make Your Voice Heard

Register to Vote!

Participation in democracy is every citizen’s right and every vote counts. Kent School District encourages everyone who is eligible to register to vote. This includes teens who are 16- and 17-years old. Young people can sign up as future voters and be automatically registered to vote when they turn 18.

All registered voters can vote in the next special election on February 8, 2021. Be an informed voter by accessing KSDLevy.org.

Who is eligible to register to vote?

  • Be at least 16 years old
  • A U.S. citizen
  • A Washington State resident

How do I register to vote?

You can register to vote online or by mail until eight days before an election, or in-person through an election day. Registrations done by mail need to be received, not postmarked, eight days before an election day. To vote in the February 8, 2021 election, register by January 31.

  • Online at govusing your driver’s license or state ID.

What if I don’t have a driver’s license?

Use the last four (4) digits of your social security number to sign up using a paper form.

 

Future Voters

How do I sign up to be a future voter?

 

If you’re a future voter, you are automatically registered to vote when you turn 18, so you’ll be able to vote in the election and sign petitions after your 18th birthday!

If you turn 18 before the next election and have registered as a future voter, you will receive a mailed ballot approximately two weeks before an election day if your address has not changed. 

Future voter sign-up information is protected while underage. Once you turn 18, you become registered and voter registration information is public. Visit Elections FAQ for more information.

 

Print a Voter Registration Form