1. Who Can Vote
2. How Can I Request An Absentee Ballot?
3. What Information Do I Need To Include On My Request?
How May I Return My Request?
5. When Must My Absentee Ballot
Who Can Vote Absentee?
Any qualified elector may vote by
absent voterís 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:
Your driverís 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 qualified elector.
Your signature. (May not be signed by Power of Attorney)
- mailing it to
the Board of Elections for your county
by you or a relative to the Board of Elections office
Your absentee ballot must be received by the Board of Elections for your
county before 7:30 PM on Election Day to be counted
Absentee Contact Information:
Lori Keefer, Absentee Clerk
Terri Cory, Absentee Clerk