Returning Your Ballot
1) After you have completed your ballot and checked it for accuracy place it in the secrecy envelope and seal it.
2) Place the secrecy envelope in the ballot return envelope and seal it.
3) Check to make sure that your name and address are printed correctly on the back of the ballot return envelope.
- If either your name or address is not correct, contact your County Elections Office for help.
- If they are both correct, go to step 4.
4) Read the Voter's Statement printed on the ballot return envelope. If all of the statements are true, sign the ballot return envelope.
- You must sign in order for your ballot to be counted.
- Signing another person's name is illegal.
- You must sign your own ballot return envelope.
5) You can return your ballot by using any of the these methods shown below.
• You can return your ballot by sending it through the United States Postal Service with first class postage.
Postmarks do not count! If your ballot arrives at the County Elections Office after 8pm on Election Day, it will not be counted.