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Vote by mail - It has never been easier More Info
There is no longer any excuse not to vote. Voting by mail is fast, easy, and available to any registered voter. You don't need a medical excuse, nor do you need to be out of town on an election day to utilize this service.
 
Current Election
If you are not a permanent vote by mail voter and would like to vote for an upcoming election, you may complete the application on the back of your sample ballot, or apply in writing to the Elections Office including the name and date of the election, your name and residence address as registered, your mailing address and your signature.
For Ballots That Are Lost, Spoiled Or Not Received
If you have lost, spoiled or not received your ballot you may request a second ballot be mailed to you by completing a statement under penalty of perjury, stating the reason for your request and that you are aware voting twice constitutes a crime, and by voting more than one ballot, both ballots shall be void.
If you are a Permanent vote by mail Voter or Mail Ballot Voter, please be aware that your ballot will automatically be mailed to you 29 days before each election you are eligible. If you do not receive your ballot by 22 days before the election please contact our office or complete a Second Ballot Request.
To apply for a Second Vote by Mail Ballot :
Simply click here to print the Second Ballot Request form.
Complete, sign, and mail, fax or bring to our office.
 
Emergency Period for Vote by Mail Voting
The regular vote by mail period is from the 29th day to the 7th day before the Election. Beginning on the 6th day before the Election through Election Day, a voter who is unable to vote at their polling place may request and vote by mail ballot in person or by authorized agent at the Elections Office.
To apply for an Emergency Vote by Mail Ballot (must pickup ballot in Elections Office):
Simply click here to print the Declaration of Late Absent Voters Ballot and/or Designation of Authorized Representative form.
Complete, sign, and bring application to the Elections Office.
For further assistance or questions about Voter Registration, please call 568-2200 or Email Us.
For more information on PDF files, visit the Adobe Acrobat website.
 
 
 
 
   
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