Seattle’s general election is Tuesday, November 7, 2023.
You will get your ballot in the mail the week of October 18th! Vote, because we all 💚 Seattle!
All you have to do is open your envelope, use your “Super Power” and vote for one of the two candidates.
The Seattle City Council is the governing body that writes the laws for our city. In a typical Seattle election, just 30-40% of eligible voters vote! Don’t leave your ballot in your mail pile because forgetting to cast your ballot is like kryptonite that weakens your voting superpower.
Can’t find your ballot? You can get a replacement online.
Use your superpower, elect compassionate, sensible leaders. Remember voting is your superpower to bring safety and compassion back to Seattle.
If you’re unsure, or on a boundary line, visit the city website here and enter your street address (https://www.seattle.gov/council/meet-the-council/find-your-district-and-councilmembers)
Did you know…
- Boston, a city comparable in size to Seattle, has more than double the officers. While Boston had 2,144 in 2022, Seattle had only 940. (Source)
- A recent study from the University of Washington as of September 7, 2023, found that when testing various forms of public transit for methamphetamine and fentanyl presence, 98% of the surface samples and 100% of air samples tested positive for methamphetamine. For fentanyl, 46% of the surface samples tested positive and 25% of the air samples were positive for fentanyl. (Source)
- There’s been a 72% increase in overdose deaths between 2021 and 2022, which saw fatalities climb from 342 to 589, is a tragedy that cannot be ignored. A majority of these deaths were linked to methamphetamines and fentanyl.
- Murder Rate: Between 2019 and 2020, the number of homicides had risen an average 37% in the study cities. (Source.) In Seattle they rose 63% — more than Chicago (55%) or New York (43%).
Seattle’s general election is Tuesday, November 7, 2023. We are electing 7 council members, one for each district. Tap on your voting address:
City Council is the governing body that writes the laws for our city. In a typical Seattle election, just 30-40% of eligible voters vote. We need your help to elect compassionate, sensible leaders.
Click on your address below to find your district. If you’re unsure, or on a boundary line, visit the city website here and enter your street address.
- District 1: West Seattle
- District 2: Southeast Seattle: Beacon Hill, Georgetown, Columbia City, etc.
- District 3: Capitol Hill, Montlake, Madison Park, etc.
- District 4: University: Wallingford, Laurelhurst, Windermere, View Ridge, etc.
- District 5 North Seattle: Licton Springs, Northgate, Lake City, etc.
- District 6: Northwest Seattle: Ballard, Crown Hill, Green Lake, etc.
- District 7: Downtown and West: Downtown, Queen Anne, Magnolia, etc.