General Election Day is Nov. 2, 2004, for presidential and congressional elections and many state elections. Each state, however, has its own primary schedule:

WASHINGTON

Electoral votes: 11
(270 electoral votes out of a total 538 needed to win general election)

Democratic delegates: 95

Republican delegates: 41

Important Dates:

Feb. 7, 2004: Democratic presidential caucuses

March 2, 2004: Presidential primary election

March 9, 2004: Republican presidential caucuses

Past Results:

2000 PRIMARY WINNERS:
Democrats: Gore with 68.2%
Republicans: Bush with 57.8%
2000 GENERAL ELECTION:
Democrats: Gore with 50.2%
Republicans: Bush with 44.6%
1996 PRIMARY WINNERS:
Democrats: Clinton with 98.5%
Republicans: Dole with 51.1%
1996 GENERAL ELECTION:
Democrats: Clinton with 49.8%
Republicans: Dole with 37.3%

Polling Places:

Washington has approximately 1,663 polling places. To find your polling location, contact your county auditor or director of elections. To find your county auditor, click here.

Web site: http://www.secstate.wa.gov/elections/