Voter registration can be completed online
OR by a registration card obtained from the elections department:
OR pick up a card at the Clark County Democrats office:
Clark County Democratic Central Committee (CCDCC) Headquarters
10621 NE Coxley Drive,
Vancouver, Washington, 98662
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Saturday from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Voters’ Bill of Rights
Restoration of civil rights to convicted felons
If you were convicted of a felony in a Washington State Superior Court, your right to vote will be restored as long as you are not incarcerated or under Department of Corrections supervision. If you have any questions, call the Department of Corrections at 1-800-430-9674.
If you owe fines, restitution or other court costs for a felony conviction, and you fail to make three payments in a 12-month period, the sentencing court can revoke your right to vote for willfully failing to pay. The sentencing court can restore your right to vote once you make a good faith effort to pay.
If you were convicted in another state or in federal court, your right to vote is restored as long as you are not incarcerated for that felony.
Once your right to vote is restored, you must register in order to vote.
Additional information on this subject can be found by clicking the links below:
WHAT IS A PCO?
Being a Precinct Committee Officer (PCO) is one of the most important roles in our party. As a PCO, you are on the front lines of winning elections up and down the ballot – from the School Board to the Senate. Here’s what PCOs do:
PCOs are the main point of information and contact for voters in your neighborhood and within the Democratic Party.
PCOs are also a central part of their local Democratic organization. They elect Party leadership, help fill vacancies in elected office, and lead their precinct caucus every two years.
- Becoming a PCO is one of the most important roles you can play in helping Democrats win up and down the ballot in your area.
For more information, check out our PCO Handbook in English and our PCO Handbook in Spanish.
HOW DO I BECOME A PCO?
You can be elected to a 2-year term as PCO by your neighbors in the August primary in even-numbered years. To do so, you’ll need to file to run for PCO with your county auditor. Don’t worry: it’s fast, free, and you can do it online:
But don’t worry if you missed the election. If there’s no Democratic PCO in your precinct, your local Democratic party can appoint you as a PCO: Contact your local Party organization to learn about becoming an appointed or acting PCO.
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