Many of your requests can be handled online. Please use the Online Questions and Service Requests We'll respond quickly to make sure you're ready to vote in the next election. If you need to call us we can be reached during regular business hours at 360-337-7128.

Candidates who filed to run for office in 2023

Observe Ballot Processing

Felony convictions and voting rights

Fast Facts Data, dates and other information about elections in Kitsap County.

    • Military, Overseas and Early Voting  We make it easy so your voice is heard and your vote is counted, whether you are halfway around the world or stationed here.

      • Accessible Voting: The Kitsap County Auditor is committed to providing accessible voting systems, programs, and services across our community.
      • Ballot Measure and Candidate Info Important information for districts interested in placing ballot measures and for residents running or interested in running for office.
          • Kitsap County Elected Officials and District Maps: Discover information about your federal, state, county, and city representatives as well as your school, fire, port, sewer, utility, water, and park & recreation districts.

          • Past Election Results: View historic Kitsap County election results going back to 1998.

          • Voter Registration Challenge The process for challenging a voter's registration.

          • Validation: Some measures must meet a "supermajority" to pass. This page provides the number of votes from each district from the General Election of 2021, the number districts use to calculate whether their measures pass in 2022.

          • Recounts

            Recounts in a candidate race can be required under RCW 29A.64 if the margin between the candidates is close enough, or if one is requested. A machine recount is required if the margin between two candidates is less than 2,000 votes and 0.5 percentage points. A hand recount is required if the margin is less than 150 votes and within 0.25 percentage points. A group of five residents can also request a recount, but must be willing to pay for it. The video below explains the process. 

            • Observer Training Want to know what to look for when watching us work? Watch our training from October 19.

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