IF YOU WANT TO GET A MAIL-IN BALLOT:
- IT IS TOO LATE TO REQUEST A MAIL-IN BALLOT BY MAIL, FAX, OR EMAIL. There is not enough time for your County Clerk to send it to you through the U.S. mail.
- YOU MAY REQUEST A MAIL-IN BALLOT IN PERSON AT YOUR COUNTY CLERK'S OFFICE. Click here for the address and hours of operation. Please bring I.D. with you. When you receive your ballot, you may fill it out and return it right then, if you wish.
IF YOU NEED OR PREFER TO VOTE IN PERSON:
- You may do so at your polling place. You can find out what polling place to use here.
- All polling places are open from 6:00 am until 8:00 pm.
- As long as you are in line waiting to vote by 8:00 pm, you must be allowed to vote.
- You do not need to provide any reason to the poll workers for your choice.
- Bring an I.D. with you.
- You may not wear or carry anything promoting a candidate into the polling place (t-shirts, hats, signs, etc.)
- Voting in person this year will NOT be on a voting machine. You will be given a paper provisional ballot to fill out and return to the poll workers on the spot.
- Voters with disabilities may use an ADA-compliant device to cast their votes.
- Your provisional ballot WILL be counted, whether the race is close or not, as long as you are a registered voter and did not also submit a mail-in ballot.
- There may be a significant line at your polling place. Please allow enough time to wait.
- Please wear a mask and observe social distancing, to protect yourself, your fellow voters, and the poll workers. However, if you cannot or choose not to wear a mask, you cannot be denied the opportunity to vote.
For answers to other questions, visit our Voter Resources page.