Voters are encouraged to request a ballot be mailed to them due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This will hopefully lessen large crowds at the polls and limit exposure to the virus for both poll workers and voters. Voters may do this by emailing or calling the County Clerk’s Office. An advance voting by mail application for the Primary Election and/or the General Election may be requested. This application will be mailed to the voter who will provide a driver’s license number or non-driver’s license ID number on the form. The form will also need to be signed by the voter before it can be processed.
You will return the advance voting form to the County Clerk’s Office and a ballot will be mailed to you. You will need to return your ballot by 7:00 p.m. on August 4th or have it postmarked on that date for your ballot to count for the Primary Election. If voting by mail in the General Election your ballot will need to be returned by 7:00 p.m. on November 3rd or be postmarked on that date for your ballot to count for the General Election.
Concerning the Primary Election… if you are currently registered to vote and have made a party designation (Republican, Democrat, Libertarian) and wish to vote in a different party’s Primary you will need to change your party affiliation by JUNE 1st, 2020 at noon.
If you are an unaffiliated voter and wish to vote in the Primary you will be asked to designate a party at the polls or on the advance ballot application to receive that party’s ballot. You may change your party affiliation after the registration books reopen the day following the elections.
If you are unsure of your party affiliation or just need to check on whether you are registered to vote, go to https://myvoteinfo.voteks.org/VoterView/ to view your registration, party affiliation, polling location, and ballot.
Contact the County Clerk’s Office to request an advance ballot application or if you have any questions: