November 7, 2023 General Election
- You can register by mail or online up to 8 days prior to Election Day. To register in person check the Voter Services Centers hours.
- On Election Day you can register and vote up to 8 pm at either the Spokane County Elections Office (1033 W Gardiner Ave, Spokane, WA) or on election day only at Center Place (2426 N Discovery Pl, Spokane Valley, WA).
The County Election Office is a great resource for election and voting information.
- Voter Eligibility Requirements
- Register to Vote Online
- Change Your Address
- Spokane County Voters Guide 2023
- 2023 Guide to Elected Officials. is the League's four page printable list of contact information about City, State and County Elected Officials. Please contact the League at info [at] LWVSpokane.org if you need printed copies.
- Track your ballot as it is processed on the County Elections page
- Find a dropbox
- 15 Questions Answered on Voting in Washington State
Resources for Decision Making
All too often, slogans, name recognition and personality are all that come through in campaign materials. Television tends to dominate political campaigns, and social media is an ever growing presence. It's difficult to move beyond a candidate's image to the substance of a campaign. However, with a little research it is possible to move beyond style to substance.
- How to Judge a Candidate
- Spokane Candidate Forums
- Election Center Spokesman-Review
- Crosscut Voters Guide Spokane - Independent journalist
- Vote 411
- Spokane Public Radio Election News Provides interviews with candidates
- Pacific Northwest Inlander Archive of 2023 election articles
- Washington State Public Disclosure Commission - For a deep dive into campaign finances
- Vote Smart Compares participating candidates views and voting records
- Vote 411.org League of Women Voters non-partisan information, view your ballot
- Snopes.com - Fact check rumors and candidates statements