If you voted by mail in 2016, 2017 or 2018 and have not opted out, a new law automatically added you as a Vote-by-Mail voter this November. As a result, you may have received a ballot from the County Clerk for this November’s general election. If you have not yet completed and returned your ballot, it must be postmarked by November 5th in order to ensure your vote is counted.
If you did not receive a ballot in the mail or if you have any questions about the vote by mail process, please contact our campaign at 862-261-0061 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will direct you to the appropriate clerk and department.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I still vote in person if I received a ballot by mail?
If you were mailed a ballot, did not complete it and show up at the polls, you will not be permitted to vote on the machine on November 5th. Instead you will be asked to complete a Provisional ballot at the polling place that could subject you to longer lines and would go before the Board of Elections to determine if your provisional will be counted.