Trans Justice Voter Project

IMPORTANT DEADLINES:

    • March 2, 2020: By-mail registrations are due / must be received by this date
    • March 2, 2020: Last day to register online for the primary election cycle
    • March 10, 2020: Last day to register in person, by 8pm
    • March 10, 2020: WA State Primary Election Day

 

Register to Vote/Update Voter Registration
(must have current WA ID/DL)

Audio/Plain Text Voters' Pamphlet

Track and Learn About Ballot

 

IMPORTANT: You must declare a party for this election and vote for 1 candidate from the party selected. Choice of party will not affect how you may vote in the future. - 16 and 17 year olds may register as future voters to be automatically registered on their 18th birthday.

Come to us with any questions! We have paper forms to register in our office, and are able to print ballots as well. 

We know that not having identification that accurately reflects your name and gender identity can be a huge barrier when trying to register to vote. We don't want you to have to sign another form that doesn't reflect who you are. If you need help amending your identification documents or finding an address to accept mail so you can get your ballot please reach out to us at (206) 849 - 7859.

32%

According to the Washington State Report of the US Trans Survey 32% of respondents who have shown an ID with a name or gender that did not match their gender presentation were verbally harassed, denied benefits or service, asked to leave, or assaulted.

26%

According to the Washington State Report of the US Trans Survey 26% of respondents have experienced some form of housing discrimination in the past year.

33%

According to the Washington State Report of the US Trans Survey 33% of respondents who experienced homelessness in the past year avoided staying in a shelter because they feared being mistreated as a
transgender person.

22% / 32%

According to the Washington State Report of the US Trans Survey 22% of respondents did not see a doctor when they needed to because of fear of being mistreated as a transgender person, and 32% did not see a doctor when needed because they could not afford it.

58%

According to the Washington State Report of the US Trans Survey, 58% of respondents have said they would feel uncomfortable asking the police for help if they needed it.

60%

According to the Washington State Report of the US Trans Survey, of respondents who interacted with police or other law enforcement officers who thought or knew they were transgender, 60% experienced some form of mistreatment.

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