I voted. Did you?

Did you remember to vote? If not, you have only two days left. All ballots must be returned to a ballot drop box by 8pm on Tuesday, August 7, or must be postmarked by Tuesday to count.

Don't miss out. Be a voter. Make your vote count.

Action: Vote.

Bring your ballot to the nearest drop box by 8pm on Friday, or drop it in the mail (no postage required this year!) by the end of the day Monday.

Ballot Drop Box locations:

Accessible Voting Centers:

US Post Office locations:

If you need a replacement ballot or envelope, you can get one at:

Get out the vote:

Your help is needed at the following canvasses today:

Sunday 1pm
Maple Valley

Sunday 3pm
Maple Valley

In Case You Missed It: Remember to comment against citizenship question on Census

We asked you last week to provide a comment in opposition to the proposed citizenship question on the Census. In case you missed it, here's what you need to do:

The administration wants to ask about citizenship on the 2020 Census. They know that this will result in undercounts of non-citizens residing in the US. They want to suppress these numbers. They know this will result in less representation in government and less funding for areas where non-citizens reside. Washington is one of these places - there are almost 600,000 people living in Washington who are not citizens, according to a 2017 Kaiser Family Foundation estimate. Let the Commerce Department know this is unacceptable.

Submit a comment in opposition to the citizenship question on the Census at https://www.regulations.gov/document?D=USBC-2018-0005-0001 before August 7.

You can write your own comments, or use this form to start your comments and adjust as desired:

BACKGROUND: Former Obama Administration Assistant Attorney General for Civil Rights, Vanita Gupta, on why this matters:

Good News: I-1631 is officially going to the ballot!

It's official now: The signatures that you helped gather for I-1631, Clean Air & Clean Energy, have been certified, and this initiative will get a vote this November.

More information about I-1631 at yeson1631.org.

Upcoming Events:

Resist Trump Tuesday
Tuesday, 11:45 a.m.-1:30 p.m.: The Federal Building, 915 Second Ave, Seattle, WA 98104

This week, we are proud to partner with the Downtown Peace Vigil and Veterans for Peace!

We will rally in front of the Federal Bldg. at the usual 11:45AM-12:30pm time then go inside to meet with Sen. Murray's and Sen. Cantwell's staff from 12:30-1:30PM.

Seattle Indivisible hosts Resist Trump Tuesday every week, and we have been rallying since Trump became president. We have informed speakers, live music and an opportunity every week to talk to your senators' staffers. Please join us--we need your voice!


Voter Registration Training

Tuesday, 7-9 p.m.: Washington State Labor Council, 321 16th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98144


Anyone who would like to help but hasn't yet received voter registration training, or need a refresher--now is your chance! In a breakout section during our regular weekly 7-9PM meeting, we will be training volunteers on how to register voters.

This meeting venue is wheelchair accessible, and can be reached by King County Metro buses 7, 14, 27, and 106, and the First Hill Streetcar.

Do you have an idea for a daily action? Please send us an email at daily-action@seattleindivisible.com