Tuesday, November 7th is the 2023 general election, with positions like city council, Port of Tacoma Commissioner, and multiple propositions up for vote. Contact Lute Vote for any questions you may have. Make sure your ballot is either mailed or dropped off by 8 p.m. on November 7th. The closest dropbox to campus is located at the Parkland/Spanaway library.
Through the mail or ballot dropbox! In Washington state, stamps are not required to submit your ballot!
If you’re voting absentee (out of state), you can get a free stamp, provided by ASPLU Lute Vote Director (please email firstname.lastname@example.org to receive a stamp).
If you have a Washington drivers license, you can register online here. If you do not have a WA drivers license, register in person at one of our events or at the .
Out of state students are still permitted to register in Washington if they choose, or you can register in your home state. Each state has a different process to register, and to be registered in another state you will need to request an absentee ballot to vote from PLU. Therefore, we generally find it easier for out of state students to register in Washington instead. Go to question 1 to find out how to do that.
Note: Alaska students, registering in another state may cause you to lose your PFD.
One may register to vote online, by mail, or in-person at a county elections department. Registration must be completed 8 days in advance of Election Day if done by mail or online. If registering in person, registration must be completed before 8 p.m. on Election Day.