Every registered voter will receive a ballot fourteen (14) to eighteen (18) days prior to the election. However, ballots are not forwarded, so you will not receive one if you have not updated your address. You can complete any return your ballot to your county elections office, or to another ballot drop-off site as designated by your county elections office, at any time prior to the election. Your ballot must be received no later than 8:00 p.m. on Election Day.
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