Everything you need to know to cast a ballot on Election Day.
Acceptable identification must include your name and the address at which you are registered. For example: A current and valid drivers license, photo identification, current utility bill, bank statement, paycheck, government check, or other government document showing your name and address.
If you are not enrolled with a party you can pick up a ballot of your choice at the polling location.
If not, ask to fill out a provisional ballot. After the election, the election official will search for records of your registration. If it is found, your provisional ballot will be counted.
- Will be absent from your city or town on election day
- Have a physical disability that prevents you from voting at the polling place
- Cannot vote at the polls due to religious beliefs