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To register to vote and to make sure ballot was received and counted, click link: VoteWA
To be eligible to vote in Skagit County you must register by 8 PM on Election Day. Click link above to see if you are a registered voter or to register to vote. For specific questions, please contact the Skagit County Elections Office (360) 416-1702 or email: email@example.com.
If you have not received your ballot, call Skagit County Elections: (360) 416-1702. If you see or have any elections issues, ballot anomalies, receiving more than one ballot, people voting your ballot without your permission, etc. please take a picture of your ballot and of the envelope and file a complaint HERE.
If you would like a Republican Ballot Collection Box at your business, church or other high traffic location, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The 2024 Skagit County "Pooled" Precinct Caucuses will be held Saturday, January 13, from 10 AM to Noon in seven locations all around Skagit County.
The Precinct Caucuses are vitally important community gathering meetings that only happen once every 4 years. Do Not Miss Them. If you are a Republican PCO the Precinct Caucus is a must to attend to help organize! This is your duty as a PCO!
The caucuses are your opportunity to participate with other like-minded community residents, Vote In Person in a "straw poll" for a 2024 Republican Party Presidential Nominee, and make your voice heard! This is where GOP activists, supporters and members of the community discuss pertinent political issues, the Republican Platform, vote for their preference for U.S. President, Submit Resolutions and elect Delegates and Alternates to the County Convention.
Washington State Republican Party Election Integrity Response Center Here
MAPS: Comprehensive Skagit County Voter Maps HERE
Republican State and National Elected Officials Links Here
The links below include resources that can help you with updates and to navigate the Washington State Legislature's Legislative Session. Make Your Voice Heard -- During legislative session, go on the record via the Legislative Hotline: (800) 562-6000.
OTHER ACTION ITEMS:
Go to VoteWa.gov, enter your name and dob, and verify that your voter history is accurate. If you experience anything anomalous regarding our elections, i.e. people registered to vote at your address who you do not know, your votes not being counted, someone voting your ballot, receive two ballots or more, etc. contact the Skagit Elections Office and / or email email@example.com. You can also fill out an affidavit online at WAElectionIntegrity.com.
CALL FOR FORENSIC AUDITS OF OUR ELECTIONS: Email your State Representatives, Auditor and SOS. Demand comprehensive, independent audits to fix our election processes to insure only valid votes will be counted in the future.
VOLUNTEER TO CANVASS AND / OR TO DO ELECTION OBSERVING: This is a great way to be proactive and stay engaged in the political process at the local community level -- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at (360) 424-9792.
In 2021 The Skagit Voter Integrity Project (SVIP) had more than 45 committed volunteers, the purpose and mission was to strengthen Voter and Election Integrity in Skagit County by helping to clean the voter rolls, provide honest and thoughtful critiquing of all aspects of our county and state election systems, while also advocating to ensure Free and Fair Elections.
The SVIP volunteers continue to work with the Washington Voter Research Project, and the Washington State Republican Party Election Integrity Committee, as well as other county party Election Integrity Committees, including several non-partisan volunteers and groups in helping to identify areas and vulnerabilities in the state's elections systems. We are seeking the truth and are committed to educating the public and government officials about problems we find in the election system and are being pro-active in proposing solutions to eliminate the potential for voter fraud consistent with the Rule-of-Law and the Constitution.
More Info See: WhoCountsTheVotes.com
Polls indicate that over 80% of Republicans believe there was widespread voter fraud during the November election between President Donald Trump and Democrat Joe Biden. Also a July 2021 poll reports 81 % of affiliated voters believe China was involved in the 2020 U.S. elections (91% of R's and 71% of D's).
While mainstream media outlets continue to either ignore or downplay the impacts of vote fraud on the 2020 election, the irregularities surrounding the vote raises many questions and concerns, including:
Not allowing Republican Election Observers to be present during counting.
The shredding and disposal of ballots before ballots could be audited.
The unlawful expansion of mail-in voting.
Suspending the requirement to provide identification to vote.
Allowing the expansion of early voting.
Allowing votes to be cast after November 3.
The use of ballot drop boxes, used disproportionately in Democrat districts.
The practice of vote harvesting in unauthorized states.
Paying / providing something of value in return for voting.
Massive irregularities and illegal actions regarding vote count observers.
Numerous examples of illegal voter registration activities.
Suspending signature requirements on mail-in ballots.
Suspending, changing, or allowing dual methods of voter signature verification.
On election night, Arizona, Georgia, Michigan and Pennsylvania all stopped counting and then had impossible percentage magnitude vote count election spikes in favor of Biden between 1 - 4 AM.
Multiple states and counties denying audits of vote results.
Denying audits of Dominion vote count machines in Arizona.
Failure to fully investigate literally thousands of sworn legal affidavits alleging vote fraud.
VIDEO: Joe Biden exposed the Democrat corruption during an Oct, 2020 interview saying: "we’re in a situation where we have put together — and you guys did it for president Obama’s administration, before this — We have put together, I think, the most extensive and and inclusive voter fraud organization in the history of American politics."