A Message from Commissioner Price Johnson

by WhidbeyLocal 26th October 2018

The Island County Auditor's elections office mailed ballots out on October 16th. Earlier this week they were informed by the United States Postal Service that some Island County ballots had been temporarily misdirected to Bow, WA. The local elections office has been assured by USPS that these ballots have now been properly routed for delivery to Island County voters. 


If you have not yet received a ballot you have three options:

  1. Contact the Island County Elections office to request a replacement ballot mailed to you.
  2. Stop by the Elections office AT 400 Main Street in Coupeville.
  3. Go to the  MyVote website and print a ballot from home.


Be sure to return your ballot before the November 6 deadline either by mail or in one of the ballot drop boxes conveniently located across the county.


For more information, please contact the Island County Auditor's Election office @ 360-679-7366 or


Your vote counts!

Posted by WhidbeyLocal
Friday 26th, October 2018 02:20pm.

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