State Name Association of Election Officials

How to Vote by Mail (Absentee)

All registered voters in [Insert: State Name] can vote by mail, also called absentee voting. You can ask to get your ballot in the mail for the next election, or for all future elections.

Request a Ballot

You can request an absentee ballot for yourself, or have a family member request an absentee ballot for you by filling out an application. For the 2020 presidential primaries, you have until March 2 at 12 p.m. (noon) to turn in your application.

Mail Us Your Ballot Application

Mail your completed application to:

[Insert: County] Elections Commission Office
[Insert: Address]
[Insert: Address line 2]
City in [Insert: City], [Insert: State] [Insert: Zip]

Complete and Send in Your Ballot

We’ll send you an absentee ballot in the mail with a return envelope. You have two options to return it for the Month DD, YYYY election:

  • Mail back the ballot by Month DD, YYYY.
  • Deliver it in person to the county election office by Month DD, YYYY or to any voting center on election day.