How to Vote:
You can vote from home by requesting an absentee ballot. The last day to request a ballot by mail is November 1st.
Want to skip the lines on Election Day? You can vote early from October 20th through November 5th.
You can vote on Election Day, November 8th.
What you need to know about voting in this election:
Vote From Home
You must request a ballot before the November 1st deadline. Once you have received and filled out your ballot, make sure you have two witness signatures before you mail it back in or drop it off at your county board of elections office. If you do not have someone to sign, please contact us. Fill out this form to request an ballot: English | Spanish
Early voting now runs for 17 days. You can vote early at any early voting location in your county — you can find your county’s early voting location by checking in with county board of elections office or the state board of elections website. You do not need an ID card to vote, unless you are using same-day registration, if you are a new voter in your county and your form was not fully verified.
On Election Day, you can cast a provisional ballot if you don’t vote at your precinct’s polling place. NOTE: you must still vote in your county of residence. To avoid casting provisional ballots, vote during early voting at your county’s early voting location or at your precinct’s polling place on Election Day. Polls will be open from 6:30am to 7:30pm. You do not need an ID card to vote.
The regular voter registration deadline is October 14. If you miss the regular voter registration deadline, you can vote on the same day you vote only during early voting, starting October 20 and ending November 5. To find out more about registering to vote, click here.