May 25 2014

Procrastination: Too Late for Vote By Mail?

Out of town on Tuesday, June 3?  No Vote-By-Mail ballot? Forgot to mail your ballot by May 29? There are other solutions to make your vote count.

The last date to request a Vote-By-Mail ballot is Tuesday, May 27. (Requests online, by mail, or phone 272-6973 must be received in the Registrar of Voters office no later than 7 days before an election by 5:00 p.m.)

For registered voters who will be out of town next week but haven’t received a Vote-By-Mail ballot, early voting in person the weekend before the June 3 election is an option. The Registrar of Voters Office. 1225 Fallon Street, Room G-1, will be open for early voting through Monday, June 2, including Saturday, May 31st and Sunday, June 1st from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

If you have your Vote-By-Mail ballot but you failed to post it by May 29, on the day of the election, June 3, you can deliver your ballot to your polling place.  Your vote will be counted.

Not registered to vote? The voter registration deadline was Monday, May 19. 

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