In order to facilitate ballot requests while our office is not open to the public, we have provided a box outside of our office where voters can pick up a request form rather than printing one or having it mailed to them. The picture attached to this notice shows the box outside of our door and also indicates where the drop box is where applications, voted ballots, and other documents can be deposited.
On ballot applications, you may mark March 17th as the election date. Requests will also be accepted if they show another date (such as April 28 or June 2), as long as it is clear that the request is for the 2020 primary, but the official election date is still March 17th.
Further information on voting by mail for this election can be found in the previous news story linked below:
Vote by Mail Deadlines:
April 25 - all absentee applications must be received by noon
April 27 - ballots returned by mail must be postmarked
April 28 - ballots returned in person must be in the drop box by 7:30pm
May 8 - ballots returned by mail must be received