Select your home State in the drop down box
Scroll down to read what requirements, if any, must be met to vote by mail in your State.
Applying for an absentee ballot
If you are able to vote by mail in your State, you can apply for your absentee ballot here.
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Complete the absentee preliminary form on this page
Be sure to use your full name - sorry, still no nicknames allowed.
Where should your ballot be mailed?
If you are able to vote by absentee ballot, you will be presented with an option for where they will mail your ballot. Elect whether your ballot should be sent to the address that you have registered with, or to a different mailing address. If selecting a different address, enter that now.
Select the county you are registered to vote in
This tool will suggest a county based on the information you entered. Click “Continue.”
Download the form
An absentee ballot form will immediately be sent to the email that you provided. Login to your email to access it (the link will expire 30 minutes after it is sent to you). You can also download the form directly from this screen.
Complete the absentee ballot form
Enter all pertinent information in boxes 1 through 6. This form is what you will need to send to your Local Election Office to receive your official absentee ballot. The form also lists a set of instructions, deadlines, rules and contact information if you have any questions. Simply follow those instructions and stick it in the mail or email it to your Local Election Office.
Accept the terms
Read the terms in the box labeled “Affirmation.”
Sign & seal
Once you have read the Affirmation agreement, please sign your full legal name and date it today’s date.