How to apply for your Vote-By-Mail ballot
Don't wait! Apply for your vote-by-mail ballot today and help flatten the absentee ballot request curve
In this time of COVID, many people will prefer to vote by mail to avoid long lines and possible exposures. DO NOT WAIT until the last minute to request an absentee ballot. As we saw in the primary election, there will be a rush of last-minute ballot requests. Last-minute requests may not get processed in time. To request a mail-in ballot for the November election, you need to complete an Absentee Ballot Request form. There are several ways to do this:
CALL. Call your county Board of Elections and have them send you an absentee ballot application. Once it arrives, sign and date the form, and mail it back in. You can buy a stamp at a grocery store or the post office. It’s easy! You can also drop off the completed form in person at the board of elections.
WALK IN. Complete the absentee application form in person at your county Board of Elections.
WRITE. No printer? No worries! You can put all the information needed on any piece of paper and mail it to your county Board of Elections. Be sure to include the following information: