national voter registration day registration drive at the AIDS Memorial pathway event flier with Act Up signs in the background.

National Voter Registration Day – Registration Drive

Join us in amplifying National Voter Registration Day on Tuesday, September 20, 2022! We’ll be set up at The AMP: AIDS Memorial Pathway plaza from 3-6pm assisting community members with their voter registration. We can also provide registration assistance in our space at 400 E Pine St Suite 100, Seattle, WA 98122.

To register to vote with us in person, please bring a current Washington State driver’s license, permit or ID card. We will have voter registration forms in English and Spanish.

You can help queer out the vote by making sure your registration is up to date at Spread the word about National Voter Registration Day and send folks to The AMP or the Seattle LGBTQ+ Center for assistance with registration. They don’t have to be queer, of course, either!

Make your vote count in the upcoming November 8 election and help advocate for our communities. See you then!

The AMP: AIDS Memorial Pathway address: 920 E Barbara Bailey Way, Seattle, WA 98122
We’ll be in the Plaza (by andimgonnamisseverybody, the big “X”). Located near Capitol Hill Station and easily accessible by bus or light rail. Help reduce emissions by using sustainable transportation, if able 🙂 Apply for ORCA LIFT for discounted transit:

Register Online: Visit You can register in English, Spanish, Chinese (Mandarin), Vietnamese, or Korean (español, 中文, Tiếng Việt, 한국어).

Who can register to vote:
To register to vote in Washington, you must be:A citizen of the United States

– A legal resident of Washington state

– At least 18 years old by election day

– If you are 16 or 17, you can sign up as a Future Voter and be automatically registered to vote when you qualify

– Not disqualified from voting due to a court order

– Not currently serving a sentence of total confinement under the jurisdiction of the Department of Corrections for a Washington felony conviction

– Not currently incarcerated for a federal or out-of-state felony conviction. As long as you have been released from prison, you can vote!

There is no penalty for registering to vote if it turns out that you are not actually eligible.

No ID or Driver’s License? You can still register (find out how at the link below).

Learn more about voter registration here: