County elections offices will be counting ballots and releasing their first results from the 2023 primary election after polls close at 8 p.m on August 1.
More votes will be released every afternoon this week at around 4 p.m. Washington counties will certify their results on Aug. 15 and send them to the Washington Secretary of State’s Office, which has until Aug. 18 to certify the results.
For more detail, visit the King County election results page or check other county election offices for their results. If you still have questions about voting in Washington or the status of your ballot, check out the FAQ section of the Crosscut Voter Guide or find more information here.
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