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Voter registration challenges

Voter registration challenges

Current voter registration challenges:

Challenge form for :

  • Annette Fifield

Challenge packet for :

  • Keylina Rollins
  • Charles B. Galloway
  • Dillion M. Weir
  • Leonardo Russo
  • Derrick Brooks
  • David Rowland
  • Glenda Galloway
  • Keighly Voegel

Challenge packet for :

  • Tyronne Jenkins
  • Gregory D. Davenport
  • Therron J. Gamble
  • Savannah R. Ogans
  • Lucinda A. Guest
  • Nannette M. Ogans

Challenge packet for :

  • Ahmed Ainan
  • Thang Q. Nguyen
  • Worth C. Goss
  • Dauna L. Cox

Challenge packet for :

  • Kimberly A. Brown
  • Frances R. Gaines
  • Kerry A. Evans
  • Paulo Ibanez
  • Jennifer Bugneru
  • Raitan Mezei

Frequently asked questions

There are five different items that you can challenge.

The voter:

  • is not a U.S. Citizen
  • will not be at least 18 years old by the next election
  • was convicted of a felony and has not yet had his or her rights restored
  • has been judicially declared ineligible to vote due to mental incompetency
  • does not reside at the address listed on his or her voter registration

A registration challenge is a way to contest the qualifications of a voter.

  • Any registered voter
  • The prosecuting attorney’s office
  1. Fill out the voter registration challenge form
  2. Submit to King County Elections

    1. By Mail:
      King County Elections
      Attn: Voter registration challenge
      919 SW Grady Way
      Renton, WA 98057

    2. By Email
      elections@kingcounty.gov
      Subject: Voter registration challenge

    3. By Fax
      206-296-0108

The challenge is reviewed by the prosecuting attorney’s office to make sure it is complete. You will be notified if it is not.

If the challenge is complete:
  • All information is posted to our website
  • We will notify the challenged voter and others that a challenge has been turned in
  • We will set a time and date for the challenge hearing

It is a meeting to hear the facts about the challenge and make a decision on the voter registration. The challenge hearing is an administrative hearing that is open to the public. It is not a court hearing.

TTY: Relay 711

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