Primary Ballots And Voter’s Pamphlets In The Mail For Everett, Washington Primary Election

July 13, 2023


Primary Election Day begins when you get your ballot but it ends on August 1st.

Everett City Council, Everett School Board, Everett Port Commission all have contested races in front of voters in Everett, Washington for the August 1st Primary Election. There are also Judicial and County Government spots on the ballot before Everett voters. Today local voter’s pamphlets and ballots went out. Here’s information from the Snohomish County Auditor you may need.

Everett, WA – Today Snohomish County Elections mailed ballots for the August 1 Primary to 512,000 registered voters. Ballots were mailed to military and overseas voters on June 16 and to out-of-state and rural voters on July 7. The local voters’ pamphlet was mailed on July 12 to every household. All eligible voters should receive their ballot no later than Wednesday, July 19.

The August 1 Primary includes races for County Executive, County Auditor, County Council, Superior Court, City and Town Mayor and Council, and Commissioners and Directors of numerous School, Fire, Water, Wastewater and Port districts. There are also several local ballot measures for voters to consider.

Snohomish County Elections reminds voters to:
1. Follow the voting instructions provided in your ballot packet
2. Sign your ballot envelope
3. Return your voted ballot by August 1 to ensure it is counted

Voters have until Monday, July 24, to register or update their existing registration online or by mail. In-person registration and voting will be available until 8 p.m. on Election Night, Tuesday, August 1, at the Auditor’s Office or designated accessible voting sites during specific hours.

There are thirty-five ballot drop boxes open for voters to conveniently return their voted ballots. The locations of these drop boxes can be found in the inserts accompanying the ballot, in the local voters’ pamphlet or online at

Voters in Marysville are reminded that the ballot drop box at the former Marysville City Hall has been relocated to the Harbor Freight shopping center at 11401 State Ave NE.
Additionally, voters can return their ballots postage-free by mail. Ballots must be postmarked by the Primary, August 1. To ensure timely delivery, voters are advised to check the last collection time on the USPS postal box.

Snohomish County Elections provides accessible voting equipment for voters with disabilities and offers voter registration and ballot issuance at specified sites during designated hours:

If you are registered to vote and have not received a ballot by July 19 or have additional questions or needs, call 425-388-3444 or contact us by email at For more information, visit

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