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Yes; a family member, close relative, or other person residing in the same household may apply for a ballot to be mailed to you.
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Voting by mail is available to all voters for all elections in 2020. NEW LEGISLATION allows you to vote by mail without an excuse.
A written request is needed that includes the name of the voter, legal voting address, address where the ballot will be sent, and the voter (or designee) signature.
If you are registered as a Democrat, Green Rainbow, Libertarian, or Republican, you can only receive the ballot for the party with which you are affiliated.
If you are requesting an absentee ballot for a primary election and you are not an enrolled voter (have no political party affiliation) you must also choose a party ballot. For the September 1, 2020 Primary Election there are four party ballots to choose from: Democratic, Green Rainbow, Libertarian, or Republican. No ballot can be mailed without this information.
Applications must reach the City Clerk’s Office by August 26 close of business for the State Primary.
Applications must reach the City Clerk’s Office by October 28 close of business for the State Election.
State Primary ballots need to be back to the City Clerk’s Office by 8 p.m. on September 1. THEY CANNOT BE DROPPED OFF AT THE POLLS.
State Election ballots need to be postmarked no later than November 3 and must be back at the City Clerk’s Office no later than November 6th close of business.
You must file a new application annually for one or all elections for that calendar year.
Yes. Your doctor can write a letter that you must file with the City Clerk. The letter must state that you are permanently unable to go to the polls due to a physical disability. The City Clerk’s Office will automatically send you an application every year. The application must be filed with the City Clerk every year.