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Information for Voters

Stay informed by knowing your elected officials, finding what is on your ballot, and reading your voters' pamphlet.

Voter Registration

Registering to vote is simple and easy. You can register to vote in-person, by-mail, or online. Most people choose to register to vote online because it is the most convenient method. To register online, you will need your Washington State Drivers License or ID card. You can also register in-person at any Auditor's Office location during normal business hours. Finally, you can print the Voter Registration Form and return it by mail or drop it off at a Auditor's Office if that is most convenient for you.

Eligibility Register Online Print Out a Form

Update or Cancel your registration

Update Your Voter Registration

You can update the name and/or address on your voter registration by submitting a new voter registration form. This can be done online or by mail.

Update Online Print Out a Form

Cancel Your Voter Registration

If you would like to cancel your registration, please complete a voter cancellation request and mail it to PO BOX 1440 Prosser WA 99350.

To notify our office of a deceased voter, please complete a notice of deceased voter and mail it to PO BOX 1440 Prosser WA 99350. The notice must by signed by a registered voter.

Request to Cancel Your Registration Report a Deceased Voter

Current Elected Officials

The elected officials list contains elected officials within Benton County. For federal and state elected officials, visit the Secretary of State's website.

View the Elected Officials Guide for Benton County.

What precinct am I registered in?

Search by your address to quickly find which precinct you are registered in.

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Voter Registration Deadlines

  • All address or name changes must be submitted at least 29 days before Election Day.
  • Online and mail-in registrations can be received at least 29 days before Election Day.
  • In-person registrations are allowed on or before 8 days before Election Day for anyone not currently registered in Washington.