Elections

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  1. Voters' Pamphlet Information
  2. Candidates File 5/15 - 5/19
  3. Voter Resources
  4. Put an Issue on the Ballot
IMPORTANT
Be sure to read the 2017 Election Guide for Candidates! Learn about the change for candidates about acceptable content for the voters’ pamphlet.

Voters' pamphlet information will only be accepted through the online submittal process. PC or laptop use recommended.
Use the link that was emailed to you after you filed for office for submitting your photo and statement online. If you need the link resent, email the request to pcvoterpamphlet@co.pierce.wa.us. Include your name and office you are running for. 

Deadline to submit your information is Friday, May 26 at 4:30 p.m. 

The voters' pamphlet information you submit will be used both for the Primary Election and if you advance to the General Election. Late submissions will not be accepted.

Please prepare the following in advance:

1. Biography - Word limit - 100
Biographical information must be 100 words or less allocated between the four section headings listed below. "No information submitted" will be inserted next to any heading left blank. Section headings are not included in the word count.
  • Elected Experience (Judges - use Legal/Judicial Experience)
  • Other Professional Experience
  • Education
  • Community Service
2. Statement - Word limit - 200
Up to four paragraph breaks may be used. Use only italics to emphasize words or phrases. Hyphenated words count as two words. Statements exceeding the word limit will be shortened by deleting full sentences from the end.

3. Photos must be:
  • Submitted digitally through online pamphlet process.
  • High resolution and no smaller than 2.5 x 3 inches.
  • Head and shoulders portrait.
  • Color or black and white on light background.
  • Current (taken within 5 years).
Clothing or insignia that suggest holding a public office are not allowed. (judicial robes, law enforcement, etc...)
  1. Elected Officials
  2. Maps and Data
  3. Archived Elections