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Vote by Mail

All registered voters will receive mail ballots no later than 18 days before Election Day. You must request a mail ballot by the 8th day before an election in order to receive your ballot in the mail. The County Clerk will then mail your ballot within one business day after receiving your request. You can sign up to track your mail ballot on your Secretary of State website.  

Completed ballots must be received by the county clerk and recorder no later than 7pm on Election Day. Postmarks do not count. Voters are encouraged to drop off their ballots at designated drop off sites or mail the ballot in time to be received by the 7pm deadline. Contact your county clerk and recorder for drop-off locations.

Voters still have the option to vote in person at the Voter Service and Polling Centers (VSPC). You may surrender your mail ballot when you vote in person. Contact your county clerk and recorder for information about your polling center. VSOCs are located in each county and provide the following services:

  • Registration at any time up to and including Election Day
  • Change of address if registered elsewhere in Colorado
  • Drop off of your completed ballot
  • Surrender ballot to vote in person

If you ballot is spoiled or you never received it, you can get a replacement ballot from your county elections office, or vote in person at the VSPC.

For information on the types of ID needed when voting, click here.

Beginning in 2020, all registered voters will automatically receive a mail ballot about 18 days before the election! The ballots are mailed to the address on your registration form, so if you have moved, changed your name or any other updates, please be sure to update your voter registration.

All voted ballots must be received (either by mail, in person or at a drop box) by 7pm on Election Day in order to be counted.

You can sign up to track your mail ballot on your Office of Elections website.  

For more information on the vote by mail process, please click here.

Oregon has a vote by mail process. Instead of using traditional polling places where voters go to cast ballots on Election Day, a ballot is mailed to each registered voter. The ballot is then voted and returned to the county election office to be counted.

Ballots will be mailed any time between 14 to 18 days before the election. After it is voted, the ballot may be mailed or hand-delivered to the county election office. In order to be counted, the ballot must be received by the county election office or designated drop site no later than 8:00 pm on Election Day. Postmarks do not count.

You can sign up to track your mail ballot on your Secretary of State website.  

If you are a registered voter, your ballot will be automatically sent to you. You can call 1-866-ORE-VOTES or contact your county election office to make sure your vote was received.You will need to sign the return envelope of your ballot. Your signature will be matched with your voter registration card to verify your identity.

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All registered voters are eligible to request to vote by mail beginning in April 2020! You can request your mail ballot online, through a paper form (found in English and Espanol), in person at your County Election office or through a signed letter to your County Election Office.

You must provide your PA driver's license or photo ID to register online.

All mail-in ballot applications must be received by 5pm the Tuesday before the election in order to be considered for the next election. If your request is approved you will receive a mail ballot with instructions from your County Election Office.

After applying, you can track the status of your ballot here.

You can request to be added to the annual mail-ballot request list where you receive an application to renew your mail ballot request each year. Once your application is approved, you will automatically receive ballots for the remainder of the year and you do not need to send an application for each election. Contact your County Election Office for more information.

Utah is primarily a vote-by-mail state, meaning that almost all registered voters will receive their ballots in the mail before Election Day. Mail in ballots must be postmarked by the day before the election in order to be counted. Or you can drop your ballot off on Election Day at you Voting Center or any Ballot Drop Boxes in your county. You can sign up to track your mail ballot on your Lieutenant Governor website.  

Please contact your County Election Official for more information.

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Washington State votes by mail. Your ballot is mailed to you at least 18 days before each election. In order to receive your ballot your voter registration address must be current. You can update your address online.

Your ballot packet will include a ballot, a secrecy envelope and a return envelope. If you need a replacement ballot contact your county election officials.

The ballot must be

  • Postmarked no later than Election day; or
  • Returned to a designated ballot drop box by 8pm on Election Day; or
  • Returned in person to your county elections department by 8pm on Election Day

You can still vote in person on or before Election Day. Each county will have a voting center, which will be open during business hours beginning 18 days before the election and ending at 8pm on Election Day. You can find your voting center here.

You can sign up to track your mail ballot on your Secretary of State website. 

If you fail to sign the ballot declaration, or the signature on the ballot declaration does not match the signature in your voter registration record, your county elections department will contact you.