The Secretary of State's office just sent reporters its latest tally of voters who have registered before the August 17 primary, reminding us just how much urbanized Western Washington weights the state voter rolls. Of the state's 3.58 million registered voters, liberal King County grabs nearly one third of them with 1,069,079 voters. Slightly-less-liberal neighbor to the south Pierce County has 405,099 and reasonably progressive Snohomish County to the north has 376,298. Along the I-5 corriror, Kitsap, Clark, Whatcom, and Thurston counties all break 100,000 voters.

Most of the state's conservative expanses are made up mostly of counties like Grant and Franklin, which have 33,518 and 24,718 voters, respectively.

The complete county-by-county voter tally is after the jump.

Adams 6055
Asotin 12323
Benton 87626
Chelan 38142
Clallam 45780
Clark 218195
Columbia 2549
Cowlitz 55836
Douglas 18320
Ferry 4323
Franklin 24718
Garfield 1522
Grant 33518
Grays Harbor 35931
Island 47498
Jefferson 21669
King 1069079
Kitsap 143631
Kittitas 20038
Klickitat 12384
Lewis 42159
Lincoln 6905
Mason 33179
Okanogan 20383
Pacific 13031
Pend Oreille 7819
Pierce 405099
San Juan 11464
Skagit 64179
Skamania 6615
Snohomish 376298
Spokane 260251
Stevens 26913
Thurston 147586
Wahkiakum 2640
Walla Walla 30326
Whatcom 114304
Whitman 19149
Yakima 99254

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