If you’re a registered voter in Seattle, you can most likely track your ballot with King County’s ballot tracker tool.
For those about to play a part in one of the most important US presidential elections in recent history, you may be concerned about what happens to your voting ballot after you slip it into a dropbox.
Thanks to the King County election officials, you can use their tracking service to keep tabs on where your ballot is, from print to count, all online.
If you dropped your ballot in a drop box on Sunday (during the day), you should see it as received on ballot tracker today – check back this afternoon/evening. If you dropped Sunday night-Monday night, check the tracker tomorrow!
Ballot tracker –> https://t.co/PvH3ZoG8HK
— King County Elections (@kcelections) October 20, 2020
Currently, there are five states in the US that have complete coverage of ballot tracking through the service. California, Nevada, Colorado, Georgia, and North Carolina. States like Oregon, Washington, Arizona, Illinois, Michigan, Ohio, Tennessee, and Florida have partial county-based coverage for ballot tracking.