HAVE A VOTE BY MAIL BALLOT, BUT WANT TO VOTE IN PERSON ON ELECTION DAY?
EVEN IF YOU HAVE A VOTE-BY-MAIL BALLOT, YOU CAN STILL VOTE IN PERSON ON ELECTION DAY IF ...
- Voter submits to election judges their vote by mail ballot, or a portion of the ballot for cancellation.
- Voter fills out affidavit stating that they never received the vote by mail ballot.
- Voter fills out affidavit stating they completed and returned the vote by mail ballot and the election authority did not receive it.
- Note: If the voter admits receiving a vote by mail ballot but did not return it to the election authority, they would only be eligible to vote provisionally.