If you have been or are going to be released, you will need to decide if a Mail-in ballot is still your best option or whether you will want to or will be able to vote in-person on election day.
Mail-in BALLOTS are sent to voters who’ve applied for them 50 days before the election.
1. If you will still be confined on Election Day-- You will complete your Mail-in ballot in the jail, and jail staff will return all completed Mail-in ballots to the Election Office well before the deadline—the end of voting on Election Day at 8pm.
2. If you used your home address to receive the Mail-in ballot you can still vote by mail.
Once released, you can complete and return your OWN Mail-in BALLOT (if it was sent to your home address).
· You must follow the instructions, use the secrecy envelope, and sign and date the return envelope.
· You will need a stamp.
· Mail-in ballots must be received by the Elections Office by 8pm on Election Day, and postmarks do not count!
· Remember, you may return only your own Mail-in ballot to the Elections Office.
See more at our Mail-in Voting web page here.