3 Ways to Vote
By mail: fill and send advanced ballot application
Early in-person voting: scroll to “vote early in person” and find a polling place
Note: any polling place will do for early voting!
In-person on Election Day: go to your polling site!
If you are in line by poll closing time, you are allowed to vote!
What to Expect at the Polls
- Government issued photo ID (see list and exemptions)
- If you do not have one of the listed IDs, get a free ID
You will be asked
- To state your name and current address (must match voter registration info)
Ask for help!
- Poll workers are qualified and happy to answer questions
- You may request a paper ballot if you prefer not to use the machine
If you are given a provisional ballot
- You may be given a provisional ballot if:
- your stated address does not match
- you are in the wrong polling place
- problems with your ID
- A provisional ballot is still a valid way to vote!
If you need assistance due to a disability, illness, or lack of English language proficiency
If you have problems
- Call 1-866-OUR-VOTE (1-866-687-8683)
- Or report online