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Monkeypox vaccine available for eligible ICHS patients at high risk. Please call an ICHS clinic to determine eligibility and make an appointment.

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Pfizer COVID-19 bivalent (Omicron) boosters are now available for everyone ages 5+! ICHS patients call (206) 788-3700 for appointments. Non-ICHS patients walk-in to our pharmacies Monday-Friday from 9am-4pm (supplies limited) at our International District, Holly Park, and Shoreline clinics. More info on our COVID-19 vaccine page.

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Masks are mandatory at all ICHS clinics and sites. ICHS is a health care facility. Please keep yourself and others safe.

Make Your Vote Count

Make Your Vote Count

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Through voting, we have power to create real change. Voting empowers you to choose your elected representatives and give input on matters that are important to you and our community.

To register in Washington, you must:

Voting ballot Washington State
(King County Elections)
  • Be a citizen of the United States
  • Be at least 18 years old by Election Day
  • Be a legal resident of Washington state and your county for 30 days by Election Day
  • Finished with your prison term if you have a felony conviction

Click here to register to vote online. Other languages: Español中文Tiếng Việt한국어.

Prefer to get your voting materials in a different language?

King County makes voting materials available in additional languages, including Chinese, Korean, Spanish, or Vietnamese

Voting with Past Convictions in Washington State

You can register today if you have finished your prison term. Washington State now restores voting rights to citizens with past felony convictions immediately upon release from prison.

Felony conviction information poster on voting
  • Can I vote if I have a misdemeanor? 
    • Yes. Misdemeanors do not affect your voting rights in our state. You can even vote from jail.
  • Can I vote if I have a juvenile conviction?
    • Yes. If you were not tried in an adult court, your conviction doesn’t affect your voting rights, and you can vote.
  • Can I vote if I owe court debt (LFOS)?
    • Yes. Washington can no longer revoke your voting rights because of court debt.
  • Can I vote if I have a WA felony conviction?
    • Yes. You are now able to vote immediately upon release from prison, even while on supervision. You must re-register to vote, even if you were registered before incarceration.
  • Can I vote if I don't have an address?
    • Yes. Use an identifiable location as your place of residence (such as cross streets or a landmark), and set your mailing address as “general delivery” at a post office address.

For more information about voting rights, visit freethevotewa.org 

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