2022 King County Elections Coverage

The Federal Way Black Collective is an organization that is committed to providing voice, building strategy, and driving change in communities of color through policy development and the creation of resources that are equitable and culturally reflective.  

Local elections are crucial, and those persons who are elected to office are responsible for the decisions that most directly impact our daily lives. The positions local lawmakers take can also affect policies at the state and federal level. Simply put, all politics are local.

 

Our community needs leaders like you to participate in order to create the safe, happy, and thriving environment we envision for our communities future. Get involved and make an impact in your community!

ACLU of Washington

ACLU of Washington

Washington Innocence Project

Washington Innocence Project

League of Women Voters of Washington

League of Women Voters of Washington

Meet The Candidates

Candidates for the 2022 Primary and General Elections

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Prosecutor Candidates

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Legislative Candidates

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Judge and Gavel

Judicial Candidates

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Register to Vote

You can register to vote online or by mail until 8 days before an election or in-person through Election day. Registrations done by mail need to be received, not postmarked, by the 8 day deadline.