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Washington State Voter Database

This service provides online access to a public release of the Washington State Voter Registration Database (February 29, 2012)

You may search for voters by county and street address or by name. Scroll down below the data entry form for instructions.

County: (select one county if searching by address)

Search by Address

House Number: (Show entire block? )

Prefix Street Name Type Postfix

or

Search by Name

Last Name:

First part of first name:
Sort by : First Name Address

Step by Step instructions.

1. Select a County. If searching by address, you MUST select a county. If searching by name, you may search statewide, or select a county to narrow your search.

2. To query by address:

a. Enter a House Number: The report will show all residents at the given house number (Check the box to show all residents of the address block, e.g. for 3600 block of a street, enter any number between 3600 - 3699 and check the box)

b. Enter a Street Name. Enter the full name of the street in standard form. Add applicable prefix and postfix for direction and street type. You must use the one or two letter abbreviations for direction (S, SW, NE, etc.) and the following abbreviations for the various street types. e.g. ST for Street, BLVD for Boulevard, etc.

For example, to enter 1st Avenue South, type 1ST AVE S in the respective boxes above (doesn't have to be upper case), e.g:

Prefix Street Name Type Postfix
 
1ST
AVE
S

Other required street type abbreviations [some differ by county]:
ALY AVE BLVD CIR CRES CT DR EXT HALL HTS HWY KY LN LOOP LP PARK PK PKY PKWY PL PT RD RUN SQ ST TER TR TRL VIS VW WALK WAY

It is not necessary to enter the city name, as the addresses are generally unique countywide.

3. To query by name

a. Enter the complete last name

b. Enter the first part of the first name. You may leave the first name blank to get all voters with a given last name, or you may enter any number of letters to narrow the search to matching voters. In cases of very common last names, you might be prompted to enter one or more letters of the first name in order to narrow the search to a reasonable size.

What does the output show? The output table lists all registered voters who match either the address block or the name, per your query. This is all public information. Because of usage restrictions we do not show the complete street address. More information about the output is provided on the query results page.

 

This voter database is a service of the Sound Politics blog

Copyright 2005, 2006, 2007 Stefan Sharkansky