In order to receive a mail-in absentee ballot, you (or your close relative) must request an absentee ballot from your local county board of elections office. In your request, you must provide your full name, your address, your date of birth, and your signature. You must request an absentee ballot no later than the Tuesday prior to the election. Once you receive your absentee ballot in the mail, you must complete it and return it to your local county board of elections office no later than 5:00 p.m. on Election Day.
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