Three Ways To Vote
Click the corresponding headline to learn more about each method of voting.
Deadline to register: October 5
Early Voting: October 19 - November 1, 7 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Vote By Mail: We began mailing out Vote By Mail ballots to requesters on September 24. Voted ballots must be in our office by 7 p.m. on November 3.
Election Day: November 3
Check Your Status
Use our Voter Information Lookup to:
- Review and update your voter registration information
- Look at your personalized sample ballot
- Check your Vote By Mail requests
- Track your Vote By Mail ballot to see when it went out and when it was received by our office
- Find out where you vote on Election Day
- See your voter activity for the past 12 months
On the Ballot
All registered voters may vote in this election. When you fill in the form below, you'll find the link to your specific sample ballot on the Upcoming Elections tab. While you're there, double-check your voter information to make sure your name, address and party affiliation are current.
Click here to view a sample ballot that includes all races that will be voted on in the General.
Click here to look up your specific ballot - If you want to print your sample ballot, please note it is 8 1/2“ x 14” (Legal size).
Ballots include six proposed Constitutional Amendments. Click the links below for more details.
Click the button below for frequently updated unofficial turnout results.
Early Voting Turnout By Day and Location
Vote By Mail Rate Of Return
Public Meeting Notices
Canvassing Board Meeting Schedule
Early Voting Locations for 2020 General Election
2020 General Resource Allocation Report