Now: Request an absentee ballot
January 25th: Military and overseas ballots must be mailed out by clerks
January 27th: Absentee ballots are available
February 24th: Last to register to vote online or by mail
You can still register in-person at your clerk’s office until 8 p.m. on Election Day
March 3rd: Recommendation for when to mail into your absentee ballot
After this day, we encourage you to drop off your absentee ballot in-person at your clerk’s office to ensure it’s counted
March 7th and 8th: All clerk’s offices are open for 8 hours over the course of these two days for in-person registration and voting
Check with your clerk’s office about location, dates and hours
March 9th @ 4 p.m.: Deadline to appear in person at your clerk’s office and vote absentee if you are already registered to vote at that location
March 10th: Election Day
If you are voting at your polling location, you must be in line by 8 p.m.
Polling locations will stay open until all people in line by 8 p.m. have voted.
Last day to register to vote by 8 p.m. for the March election.
Your absentee ballot has to be received by your clerk by 8 p.m.