What You Need To Know: Every active registered voter will automatically be sent a ballot in the mail. Voting by mail is convenient and secure — by law, signatures on vote by mail return envelopes must be verified before the ballot may be counted.
What You Need To Do: You can hand-deliver your voted ballot to any ballot drop box between March 14 and 8 pm, April 12 (when polls close). See our list of drop box locations and schedules.
If you prefer, you can mail your voted ballot. We pay the postage! Ballots must be postmarked by Election Day and received in the Elections Department by April 19.
Sign up now to track when your ballot was mailed, received, and counted at Where's My Ballot (BallotTrax).
For more information about how to vote by mail, how your ballot is processed, how to mark your ballot, or how to replace a lost ballot, visit our VBM page.