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 Receiving and Sending Your Ballot


Military and Overseas Voting Information

register to vote/request a ballot
receiving and sending your ballotdeadlines for submitting your ballot
track your absentee ballot
federal write-in absentee ballot
helpful resources
authorized late registration
 important dates and deadlines
       Your County Clerk begins mailing absentee ballots forty-six days before the election, and depending on your preference, you may receive your ballot by mail, fax, e-mail, or online. Regardless of how you choose to receive your ballot, you may submit your voted ballot to your County Clerk by mail, fax, or e-mail. Be sure to read the instructions for returning your ballot carefully and contact your County Clerk if you have any questions.

Important: If you choose to email your ballot, you will need access to a scanner.