Why did I receive two ballots?
  • You may receive an updated ballot because your residential address or name changed after the initial ballot mailing. This can happen when you interact with the Department of Licensing for drivers' licensing services or if you go online to update your voter information after the ballots have been printed/mailed.
  • If you receive two ballots, please open both packets. One should have an insert indicating that it is a "Replacement/Reissued Ballot." Please vote and return the replacement/reissued ballot. It has the correct races and precinct information for your new address.
  • If you vote the initial ballot and return it, the elections office will simply hold it and wait to see if you vote the other ballot. If the replacement ballot isn't received, your initial ballot will be counted.
  • Only one ballot will be counted.  The other ballot will be suspended.

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1. Where is my polling place?
2. How do I get a ballot?
3. Can I vote online?
4. When will I get a ballot?
5. Why did I receive two ballots?
6. Why did my 17-year-old get a ballot?
7. How do I return my ballot?
8. Are there accessible voting options?
9. How can I get a replacement ballot?
10. What if I will be away during an election?
11. What is the deadline for turning in my ballot?
12. How can I tell if you got my ballot?
13. How can I tell if my ballot was counted?
14. I got a letter saying there were questions about my signature, now what?