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County government, including the Skagit County Auditor, say they are not involved with this GOP project. Skagit County Elections staff will never come to your home. 

Skagit County has received multiple reports from community members that individuals have been going door to door throughout the community asking for personal information related to voting eligibility. Most of these individuals are believed to be affiliated with an ongoing Skagit Voter Integrity Project, which appears to be a project of the Skagit County Republican Party.

“We, of course, respect the right of this group to attempt to collect information for whatever purpose they feel is necessary, but the confusion has become such in recent days that-- after speaking with the involved group-- we need to clarify this issue with the community,” said Skagit County Auditor, Sandy Perkins. “This is not an official government survey, and community members should not feel compelled to answer questions unless they want to.” 

Misrepresenting oneself as a Skagit County employee is a crime of criminal impersonation in the first degree. Skagitonians are asked to please report anyone coming to their home specifically claiming to be Skagit County elections personnel to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or by calling 360-416-1702. Written reports are preferred over reporting by phone.

Trespassing can be reported to the Skagit Sheriff’s office by calling 911.

If you have questions, or need additional information, please contact 360-416-1702.  You can view official information related to the Skagit County Auditor’s office Elections’ Division at https://www.skagitcounty.net/Departments/AuditorElections/main.htm.