It begins!

WA State’s vote-by-mail is underway for the 2016 General election!

[Updated 11/15/2016 10am]we’re up to 79% turnout.  Here’s a further breakdown and some tools to help track ballot returns.

TRC can cross the names off automatically  of people once their ballot is received. TRC also provides pivot tables on voter turnout specifically for your precinct or district. That can let you estimate the vote by seeing returns of Democrats vs. Republicans.

Here are the first returns published by the Secretary of State.
dailyreturns

The plateaus are during the weekends when most counties don’t count ballots.

County Code  Ballots Total Registered % Turnout
Adams AD                  4,882                            6,522 74.85%
Asotin AS                10,201                          13,834 73.74%
Benton BE                86,217                        105,208 81.95%
Chelan CH                35,064                          42,498 82.51%
Clallam CM                41,198                          49,999 82.40%
Clark CR              209,963                        266,178 78.88%
Columbia CU                  2,271                            2,677 84.83%
Cowlitz CZ                47,993                          61,994 77.42%
Douglas DG                15,919                          20,501 77.65%
Ferry FE                  3,756                            4,583 81.96%
Franklin FR                25,429                          32,923 77.24%
Garfield GA                  1,285                            1,519 84.60%
Grant GR                29,845                          38,644 77.23%
Grays Harbor GY                30,900                          39,634 77.96%
Island IS                44,652                          53,711 83.13%
Jefferson JE                21,230                          24,065 88.22%
King KI          1,051,405                    1,248,071 84.24%
Kitsap KP              126,644                        162,253 78.05%
Kittitas KS                20,271                          23,711 85.49%
Klickitat KT                11,211                          13,668 82.02%
Lewis LE                35,826                          45,205 79.25%
Lincoln LI                  5,964                            6,964 85.64%
Mason MA                29,542                          37,146 79.53%
Okanogan OK                17,947                          22,178 80.92%
Pacific PA                11,384                          13,828 82.33%
Pend Oreille PE                  7,266                            8,712 83.40%
Pierce PI              361,896                        473,168 76.48%
San Juan SJ                11,195                          12,602 88.84%
Skagit SK                58,641                          72,276 81.13%
Skamania SM                  5,874                            7,204 81.54%
Snohomish SN              351,506                        446,100 78.80%
Spokane SP              210,423                        300,003 70.14%
Stevens ST                21,131                          29,478 71.68%
Thurston TH              135,552                        170,967 79.29%
Wahkiakum WK                  2,446                            2,947 83.00%
Walla Walla WL                27,105                          32,812 82.61%
Whatcom WM              115,423                        134,872 85.58%
Whitman WT                10,881                          21,485 50.64%
Yakima YA                78,761                        111,615 70.56%
Total          3,319,099                    4,161,755 79.75%

See also:If you are doing your own ballot chase and want to leverage Voter-Science’s matchback tracking, contact Info@Voter-Science.com

  1. WA Voting Turnout Statistics
  2. Late voter registration trends

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