Seattle Seahawks Vote

Seahawks Vote


Our Democracy Works Best When Everyone Participates

The Seahawks understand voting is one of the best ways to make your voice heard. Register to vote, stay educated about what is on the ballot, get to know who is in key positions of power in your community, and most importantly, VOTE on November 3.

King County Elections Voting Center at CenturyLink Field Event Center

King County Elections Voting Center at CenturyLink Field Event Center

800 Occidental Ave S, Seattle, WA 98134

Drive-up entrance at 2100 S Royal Brougham Way

Walk-in entrance on the corner of Occidental Ave S and S Royal Brougham Way

Saturday, October 31, 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Monday, November 2, 8:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Election Day, November 3, 8:30 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.


"Why not take this time and make a commitment to vote, and march together to get everybody in this country to vote so that everybody has the voice? And everybody that needs to speak out gets heard, and we don't let anybody squelch any aspect of the voting potential, not one freakin' vote. And we need to start now. We need to start voting. Start the process and register. All of our players are officially registered. That's a start, a commitment to vote. Can we get that done? We can. We can do that." - Head Coach Pete Carroll

Register to Vote

Text SEAHAWKS to 26797 to sign up for election reminders


"The number one thing we can all do is vote. To encourage people to vote—Ciara and I hopped on with this awesome campaign, I Am a Voter. It's been really cool to see people get registered and start to vote. This year, this election—and it's not just the presidential one, there's so much more to it—voting really does make a difference to make change in the system." - QB Russell Wilson



"For me to help invoke change, I think it's my duty to go out there and vote. I'm not telling people who to vote for—you vote for who you have to vote for—but for me, I think it's important in these times with everything going on to know that your vote is important. People back in the day fought for our rights to be able to vote, and it's important for me to take advantage of those rights." - CB Quandre Diggs

Be Heard

Voting Checklist

Voting Checklist

An informed ballot is one of the most powerful tools you have in shaping the world you live in. Make a plan to register, educate yourself and cast your vote early. Be heard.

  • September 22: National Voter Registration Day
  • October 14: Washington ballots mailed
  • November 3: Election Day