There is a very limited window for absentee voting in the December 6, 2022 runoff election, so anyone who is physically able to vote in person during Early Voting or on Election Day should do so. If absentee voting is the only way you can cast your ballot, request your absentee ballot immediately. Because of how late ballots will be sent to voters, you should plan to return your absentee ballot in person to your county elections office or a drop box in your county. Call or text the Voter Protection Hotline at 888-730-5816 if you have any questions or need assistance.
HOW TO REQUEST YOUR ABSENTEE BALLOT:
If you have a printer at home, you can download and print an application here. If you don’t have a printer, you can request an absentee ballot application from your county board of elections. Fill out the application and submit it to your county elections office via email, fax, in-person drop-off, or mail.
Ballots will start being mailed before Thanksgiving. When you receive your ballot, complete it and return it right away!
Absentee Voting FAQs
If a voter has physical disability or is unable to read English, can they receive assistance to complete their ballot?
Yes. If the voter is physically disabled or illiterate, an assistant may complete the application with the voter.
If a voter is physically disabled or temporarily residing out of the county, can someone apply for their ballot on their behalf?
Yes. A family member may apply on behalf of a voter (i.e., the voter does not have to be present and sign the application), if the voter is physically disabled or temporarily residing out of the county.
For any questions or problems voting, call or text the Voter Protection Hotline for assistance at 888-730-5816.