Nov. 3 is Election Day 2020
Let's be part of a historic moment in our history.
Do you have questions about the United States election process? What's the Electoral College? The TCC library has a guide for you.
No matter the results, we stay true to our community
A day before the election, WA community and technical college leaders vow to stay true to these principles: Black Lives Matter today and every day, and we are proud to be home to people from all walks of life, belief systems, origins and identities.
Track Your Ballot
- Go to the state’s voting information site at votewa.gov.
- Enter your name and birthdate.
- On the left side, you should see an option to check “Ballot Status.” Click on that, and it should tell you where your ballot is.
Student-Organized Election Events
The Office of Student Engagement are hosting a series of "power hour" events to get you engaged with this year's election. Meet Tacoma Mayor Victoria Woodards on Oct. 29; participate in an Election Night Zoom Party and be part of a Courageous Conversation on Nov. 4.
For our campus community:
- The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is available. Contact info: 1-877-313-4455 or online.
- Post-election support and resources guide is available.
- EAP also is offering free sessions to deal with the emotional impact of the election
- For our staff, leadership is supportive if you choose to take a vacation or sick day after the election. Please work with your supervisor.
For TCC Students:
- We offer free, confidential counseling with our Counseling Services. Review our services and contact us for an appointment.
2020 Election - Voters with Disabilities
- Accessible Voter Unit information
In consultation with Pierce County Accessible Communities Advisory Committee (Pierce County) and the Tacoma Area Commission on Disabilities (City of Tacoma), Pierce County Elections has improved disability access in time for the Nov 3 General Election. Open this document that outlines services.