Absentee in-person or by mail: Begins 45 days prior to an election
Accessible: The Express Vote can be used by anyone with a disability
Assisted: A designated person to help cast your vote
Curbside: For use by anyone 65 years of age and older or anyone with a disability
In-Person: At your designated polling place on election day
If you arrive at the polling place without a valid Photo ID, you can vote a provisional ballot. After completing the provisional ballot, the Election Official will provide you with written instructions on how to submit a copy of your photo ID for your vote to count. Other provisional ballot information for voters includes:
A voter who casts a provisional ballot will have until noon on the Friday following the election to deliver a copy of their photo ID to the voter registration office or the provisional ballot will not be counted.
Voters may submit a copy of their ID via fax, email, in-person submission, or through USPS or commercial delivery service. This information is included in the written instructions provided by the Officer of Election.
A Friday postmark will not be sufficient if the copy of the photo ID is not delivered to the electoral board by noon on Friday.