Tuesday is National Voter Registration day but in the state of Washington everyday is voter registration day says Yakima County Auditor Charles Ross. That's because in this state you can register to vote up to and on the day of the election. You can register in person at the county auditors office in the Yakima County Courthouse or online at the secretary of state's website.

Ross says they're also registering future voters as well. He says "16 and 17-year-old residents can now enroll in the Future Voter program to automatically be registered to vote on their 18th birthday. "
Future Voters who turn 18 on or before Tuesday, Nov. 5, can vote in this year’s General Election.

Members of the military have already received ballots for the November 5 General Election all other ballots will be sent to Yakima County voters on October 18.