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Vote Centers open the Saturday and Monday before the Primary and General Election Day and on Election Day for Special Elections.
The centers are designed primarily for new voters needing to register, voters who lost or did not receive their ballots in the mail, voters needing to change their addresses, and voters wishing to vote using the Accessible Voting Unit.
Voters who want to vote in a voting location are also welcome. A ballot from the vote center is the same as the one you receive in the mail. If you receive a ballot in the mail but want to vote in the vote center, bring that ballot and step into one of the voting partition spaces. This will help keep the line short for voters who need to register or receive a replacement ballot.
Ballot Drop Locations
Beginning 18 days before each election (Oct. 21), ballot drop boxes remain open 24 hours a day until 8 p.m. on Election Day.
There are 25 ballot drop boxes located throughout Kitsap County. Ballot drops provide a safe, secure way for voters to deposit their ballots. No postage is required. Our ballot drop boxes also meet accessibility requirements for voters with disabilities.
Please note: In some elections some boxes may not be in use if there are no elections in that part of the county.
Kingston - Village Green Park 10810 NE West Kingston RoadKingston, WA 98346
Port Orchard, WA 98366