My state shows why voting by mail is secure and trustworthy

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Secretary of State Kim Wyman writes about our state's experience running mail-in elections in the hopes that it will help other states reassure those who question whether the process is safe. More HERE.


Our Democracy Depends on a Reliable Postal Service

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Washington Secretary of State Kim Wyman and Vermont Secretary of State Jim Condos write about the necessity of a reliable postal service for vote at home elections. More HERE.


We are Republicans and Democrats. Vote by mail is essential to protect voters - and democracy itself.

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Washington Secretary of State Kim Wyman, Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold, and Director and Co-founder at RepresentUs Joshua Silver write about the importance of voting at home during the COVID-19 pandemic. More HERE.


States need billions to ensure safe elections

Washington Secretary of State Kim Wyman and Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs write about how states will need the help of congress to ensure a safe election during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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All eligible Washington voters deserve voice in presidential primary

Secretary Wyman writes about how all eligible voters should be able to participate in the state's presidential primary, not just those who identify with one of the two major political parties.

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