Don't forget -- your state may have additional ID requirements when you go to the polls.
Washington says that you need to bring ONE of the following forms of identification:
All registered voters in Washington, except for those in Pierce County, will be sent a ballot in the mail at least 18 days before the election.
Return your ballot either in-person at a ballot collection location before 8:00 p.m. on Election Day, or send it back, ensuring it is postmarked by Election Day.
If you are unable to return a regular absentee ballot by Election Day, you can request a Special Absentee Ballot from the County Auditor beginning 90 days before an election.
In Pierce County, you need to request an absentee ballot from the County Auditor beginning 90 days before the election and no later than the day before the election.