1. Who Can Vote Absentee?
2. How Can I Request An Absentee Ballot?
What Information Do I Need To Include On My Request?
4. How May I
Return My Request?
5. When Must My Absentee Ballot Be
Who Can Vote Absentee?
qualified elector may vote by absent voter’s ballot for an election.
- Your name and home address.
- The election for which you are
requesting a ballot.
- Your date of birth.
- One of the following:
driver’s license number; or
- The last
four digits of your social security number; or
- A copy of
your current and valid photo identification or a copy of a current
utility bill, bank statement, government check, paycheck, or other
government document that shows your name and address.
- If the election is a primary, your
party choice, or that you want to vote an issues-only ballot.
- The mailing
address to which you want your ballot sent.
- You must state that you are a
- Your signature. (May not be signed
by Power of Attorney)
- mailing it to the Board of Elections for your county
- hand-delivering by you or a relative to the Board of Elections office
absentee ballot must be received by the Board of Elections for your county before 7:30
PM on Election Day to be counted!