Washington State starts voting for president in the Presidential Primary Election on March 10.
What is a primary election?
During this election, Washington residents choose their favorite Democratic or Republican candidate for president to help the political parties choose their nominee later this year. We will vote again on November 3rd in the general election to choose the president.
What is different this year?
This year the whole primary process has changed for Washington State. All registered voters will receive a ballot with both Democratic and Republican candidates on it. To vote, you need to: choose a political party (on the envelope), choose a candidate, and sign your name on the envelope.
Candidates on the Ballot:
- Michael Bennet (no longer running)
- Joseph R. Biden
- Michael Bloomberg
- Cory Booker(no longer running)
- Pete Buttigieg
- John Delaney
- Tulsi Gabbard
- Amy Klobuchar
- Deval Patrick(no longer running)
- Bernie Sanders
- Tom Steyer
- Elizabeth Warren
- Andrew Yang (no longer running)
- Uncommitted Delegates
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