ATTENTION:

The COVID-19 pandemic prompted several changes to state election laws. Please review the following information to ensure you are well aware of current procedures and guidelines regarding the 2020 General Election.

  • The absentee voting exception for those with a temporary or permanent physical disability, which is an eligible excuse for mail-in absentee voting, now includes, but is not limited to, those who are under a physician-imposed quarantine, or those who are caring for a dependent who is under a physician-imposed quarantine, due to COVID-19.
  • Mail-in absentee ballots may be received up to five (5) business days after the election IF the envelope is postmarked on or before the date of the election.
  • Absentee ballots will now be the final vote, which means those who vote absentee may not appear on Election Day and cast a regular ballot.
  • Our office is working closely with local election officials to ensure in-person voting on Election Day is as safe as possible. Each poll manager will be equipped with masks, gloves, and face shields, while hand sanitizer and single-use pens and/or styluses will be available for all voters. Additionally, a limited number of masks will be available on a first-come-first-serve basis for voters who do not have their own.

Our office is working closely with local election officials to ensure in-person voting on Election Day is as safe as possible. Each poll manager will be equipped with masks, gloves, and face shields, while hand sanitizer and single-use pens and/or styluses will be available for all voters. Additionally, a limited number of masks will be available on a first-come-first-serve basis for voters who do not have their own.