YOUR OPTIONS FOR NOV. 3 ELECTION U NU M E PLURIBUS IN-PERSON VOTING Vote in person on Nov. 3. Make sure your vote counts! ABSENTEE VOTING (IN-PERSON) From Sept. 22 to Nov. 2 at 5 p.m, visit your local election authority and complete an absentee application. Receive your ballot and cast it at that time. ABSENTEE VOTING Request in person, by mail, email or fax. Application must be received by local election authority no later than Oct. 21. Receive ballot by mail and complete it promptly. Have your ballot envelope notarized if necessary. (See below.) Return ballot in person or by mail. Must be received by local election authority no later than 7 p.m. on Nov. 3. MAIL-IN VOTING Request in person or by mail. Application must be received by local election authority no later than Oct. 21. Receive ballot by mail and complete it promptly. Have your ballot envelope notarized. Return ballot by U.S. Mail only. Must be received by local election authority no later than 7 p.m. on Nov. 3. DOES MY BALLOT NEED TO BE NOTARIZED? ABSENTEE VOTING Yes, if reason is: Religious beliefs or practice Working as an election worker Incarceration, if still eligible to vote Absence on Election Day from your election jurisdiction Certified participation in an address confidentiality program No, if reason is: Incapacity or confinement due to illness Having contracted coronavirus or at-risk (in 2020) due to the following: Age 65 or older Living in a long term care facility Chronic lung disease or moderate to severe asthma Serious heart condition Immunocompromised Diabetes Chronic kidney disease and undergoing dialysis MAIL-IN VOTING Yes Liver disease

 
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