How can I vote if I can't get to the polls on Election Day?
If you are a registered voter and are unable to go to the polls on Election Day you can request an absentee ballot and vote through the mail. Persons who have a physical disability which prevents them from going to the polls, will be absent from the city on Election Day during polling hours or who are unable to go to the polls on Election Day for religious reasons are eligible to vote absentee.

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1. How can I vote if I can't get to the polls on Election Day?
2. How do I get an absentee ballot?
3. Can someone else apply for the ballot for me?
4. How often must I apply for a ballot?
5. Can someone help me mark the ballot?
6. If I am permanently disabled, can I always vote at home?
7. What is the deadline for requesting an absentee ballot?