VOTE BY MAIL
MAIL-IN VOTING 101
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, voting by mail is now available to all voters for the June 23rd primary election. While early on-site voting and Election Day voting remain an option, voting by mail may be the best choice to ensure the safety of you and your family during this outbreak.
Voting by mail is easy and only requires that you follow the simple steps outlined below. Once you submit your absentee ballot application your ballot will arrive within two to three weeks. Return your ballot in its postage-paid envelope to the Board of Elections.
*Absentee ballot applications must be postmarked by June 16th (in-person at the Board of Elections by June 22nd).
*Your absentee ballot must be postmarked by June 22nd (in-person at the Board of Elections by June 23rd) to be eligible to be counted.
Request an absentee ballot application at the Board of Elections website.
Fill it out online
(mark “temporary illness”)
Expect your ballot to arrive at your mailbox within 10 business days.
Your absentee ballot application is coming in the mail!
Fill it out on paper
(mark "temporary illness").
Return it by mail.
The postage is pre-paid!