April 23 Special Election      

Unofficial Results

Pierce County Results (PDF)
Online Results
Results are not final until certified on May 3rd.

More information - 
See the April 23 Special Election page for resolutions received, ballot statistics,  sample ballot,  voters' pamphlets, etc.... 

Receive a Cure Letter about a signature issue? 
Follow the instructions in the letter for returning the form to us. Need to print a form? Signature updates must be received by 4:30 PM, May 2, 2019 for us to count your ballot. 


April Election at a Glance
(includes validation and release schedule) 
Candidate Filing Week is coming!  May 13 - 17

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The 2019 Election Guide for Candidates is a must read if you are planning to run for office or are responsible for a campaign.

Learn about filing for office, submitting a voters' pamphlet statement, and much more here

2019 Open Offices (Not final, subject to change)
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