VOTE BY MAIL

MAIL-IN VOTING 101

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, absentee voting is now available to all voters for the November 3rd election. While early on-site voting and Election Day voting remain options, voting by mail may be the best choice to ensure the safety of you and your family. 

 

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 at the address you designate. If you apply in September, expect a ballot to come to you by early October. If you apply from now through October 27th, your application will be processed on a rolling basis. The Board of Elections suggests you return your application ASAP to ensure it is processed in a timely fashion. 

 

*Absentee ballot applications must be postmarked by October 27th (in-person at the Board of Elections by November 2nd).

*Your absentee ballot, in its properly signed, sealed envelope, must be postmarked by November 3rd to be eligible to be counted

BY MAIL

STEP 1

It's easiest to apply online.

STEP 2

Fill out the application. Tell the Board of Elections where you want your ballot sent. Sign it. Date it. Seal it (in its pre-addressed envelope).

STEP 3

Stamp it & send it!

OR

Drop it off at any Early Voting location during voting hours.

STEP 4

Check on the progress of your application and ballot at:

https://www.monroecounty.gov/etc/voter/

Have a question? 

Call Vote Morelle at 585-204-0046

Email info@votemorelle.com

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