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How do you get a Washington State voter's guide?

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View a voter's guide on the website of the Office of the Secretary of State of the state of Washington within proximity of elections. Additional voting guide sources include city websites, such as Seattle, and also group and organization websites, such as Washington State Catholic Conference and Living Voters Guide.

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The Voter's Guide on the state Secretary of State website is only available at certain times. The state website does provide more general voter guides by providing information on upcoming election dates and locations, online and mail-in registration forms, upcoming presidential primaries and guides for new state residents and seasonal residents.

The city of Seattle has voting guides for some elections on both the city and statewide level. The Living Voters Guide is an online guide from Washington residents that provides a non-partisan source of information on upcoming elections, including both candidates and ballot measures. You can also enter your ZIP code into the website's search engine to see a list of city council candidates in your area.

The Washington State Catholic Conference provides voting guidance to state Catholics by offering public policy information from the state's Catholic bishops. The home page provides specific documents, some of which correspond to election years and/or issues.

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