To see recommendations and endorsements of ICRP Central Committee, on candidates and ballot measures, click on the 2018 Voter Slate tab above.

For further information on the ballot initiatives here click on the initiative number; that will bring up the full initiative text for your reading pleasure.


Once filled out, your ballot may be mailed or put in a Ballot Drop Box. If you use a Ballot Drop Box, rather than USPS, the taxpayer-funded stamp on your ballot will not be cancelled and the Secretary of State's Office will not be charged for that stamp.


The ballot must be postmarked NO LATER THAN the close of business November 6. Since all Island County mail is transferred to Seattle for sorting it may not be postmarked until it reaches the sorting center, possibly the next day. An option is to take it to the counter in the post office and ask that it be hand-stamped with the date; the post office does not stay open until midnight on Election Day to collect ballots.

For information about large-print ballots, ADA compliant in-person voting and personal assistance in voting, please visit the Island County Auditor's webpage.

There are 6 Ballot Drop Boxes located throughout Island County:

  • Island County Election Office - 400 N Main Street, Coupeville

  • Trinity Lutheran Church - 18341 SR 525, Freeland

  • Ken's Korner Shopping Center - 4141 SR 525, Clinton

  • Island Co​unty - Camano Annex - 121 N. East Camano Drive, Camano Island​​

  • Oak Harbor - City Hall - 865 S.E. Barrington Dr., Oak Harbor

  • Langley - Post Office (front patio) - 115 2nd St., Langley

The Drop Boxes close promptly at 8:00 pm on Election night; there will be teams of two dispatched from the Auditor's office to assure that they're closed and the ballots collected at that time.