Follow every step from when it gets mailed to you, to when it’s counted.
Use blue or black ink
Write your address on your ballot envelope
Sign your ballot envelope! Be sure it’s the same signature as on your government issued ID.
Mail your ballot! Put it in your mailbox, take it to a mail drop box or a local USPS location. No stamp needed! Technically, you can mail it as late as Election Day, but our democracy and your vote is too important to delay. Mail it right away!
Or, take it to an official ballot drop box in your county.
Bring your completed mail-in-ballot with you just in case! If the lines to vote are too long or you feel unsafe, having your completed ballot with you allows you the flexibility to change your mind. Simply turn in your completed ballot to the poll workers.
How to report voting issues
Report any issues to Election Protection by calling 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683)