You have until 8 p.m. on Tuesday to bike your vote to the drop box

King County voters must return their ballots for the Primary Election by 8 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 7.

Bike to one of the 12 ballot drop boxes or three ballot drop-off vans near you to deposit your ballot.


Vote bike-partisan:

If we want a future where everyone has the freedom to safely ride their bike, we need elected officials committed to building this future.

We work hard to ensure that our elected officials understand and support our vision of a community that bicycles, where bicycling is normal, convenient and safe for everyone; and why we work hard to provide our 14,000 members with information regarding candidates running for office.

All of Cascade's endorsed candidates have shown a strong commitment to working toward a future Washington where everyone who wants to can ride because our state is connected by world-class bicycling infrastructure.

See a complete list of Cascade Bicycle Club's 2012 endorsements, here, and browse through  Cascade Bicycle Club’s 2012 legislative scorecard, which provides a quantitative account of how every legislator voted on issues that support making it easier and safer to ride, while providing a qualitative look at the real story behind the scenes.


Help us support the candidates:

BikePAC, the political arm of Cascade Bicycle Club, helps elect pro-bike candidates. Our work is about electing, defending and rewarding the true champions for creating a better community through bicycling. We have a huge opportunity this year. Several exciting pro-bike candidates have stepped up to run. And, with your support, BikePAC has a plan to ensure that they win.

Money raised for BikePAC in 2012 will go directly to the candidates who will stand up for bicycling as the state and local jurisdictions decide our transportation future. Donate today!

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Anne-Marije Rook