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Thursday, December 30th, 2004: Page updated at 3:12 PM

King County voter list: November 2004

King County has released a preliminary list of registered voters with a breakdown of how many voted in the general election. To find out whether your vote was recorded correctly, you can use this database to search for your name, along with ZIP code and precinct. It will show whether you voted, by absentee ballot or at the poll, or did not vote.

You must enter your name exactly as it appears on your voter registration card, including your full first name. Entering a precinct number could help narrow that search.

If you do not find your name using this search, call 296-VOTE, the number for King County Elections and ask them to search for you.

This database is public information. The Seattle Times decided to publish it, after carefully considering potential privacy concerns, because we had so many inquiries from voters wanting to check whether their vote had been recorded correctly by the county.

The county has stressed that it is still reconciling this list with its vote total in the governor's race. This list shows 895,660 votes counted, and there were 899,199 votes certified by the county in the governor's race. County officials are researching the difference of 3,539 as they work to reconcile computer records with poll books and other election records. This list will be updated when that process is complete.

Search King County voter list

Full first name:
Last name:

Type in your zip code to help us narrow the search:
Zip code:

If you know your precinct number, it will help us narrow the search even further: