Talking the talk
The Bus uses culturally competent materials in Spanish and Korean in the field to talk about the Bus and register people to vote. These materials have proved successful in the field, and help us to engage communities that are often excluded from the civic process as a result of systematic barriers to participation.
Frequently asked questions
Am I eligible to vote?
- I am a U.S. Citizen
- I will be at least 18 years old by or on Election Day
- I will have lived in Washington for at least 30 days before the election
- I am not presently denied my right to vote as a result of being under the authority of the Department of Corrections for a felony conviction
When do I need to register to vote?
What information do I need to register to vote?
Can I register to vote if I don’t have a permanent residence?
Can I vote if I have a felony conviction?
- I was convicted of a felony in federal court and am no longer in prison
- I was convicted of a felony in a state court outside of Washington and am no longer in prison
- I was convicted of a felony in Washington and am no longer in prison or on community custody (under the authority of the Department of Corrections)
What do I do if my ballot never arrives?
What happens to the information I input on registerinwa.org?
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