You can vote early with an absentee ballot at your local elections office. Some cities and towns also offer in-person absentee voting. If you are not registered, you can do so in person if you show proof of residence.
All voters have at least one location where they can vote early in person with an absentee ballot. Depending on where you live, there may be additional locations.
For most elections, absentee voting locations must be open during their normal business hours starting 46 days before the election. In addition, locations offering absentee ballots for federal, state or county elections must be open:
Some local jurisdictions may provide additional absentee voting days or hours beyond the above required days and times. Call your jurisdiction for more information.
Note: in odd years, not all areas of the state will have elections. Use the Polling Place Finder to check for elections in your area.
First day to vote early in person: Friday, June 23
Last day to vote early in person: Monday, August 7
First day to vote early in person: Friday, September 22
Last day to vote early in person: Monday, November 6
In special situations, you may ask an agent to pick up and return an absentee ballot for you. This is called ‘agent delivery.’ Read more about agent delivery
Your agent must be at least 18 years old, have a pre-existing relationship with you and cannot be a candidate. An individual cannot be an agent of more than three voters in an election. The agent must show identification with their name and signature when returning a ballot.
Your agent can pick up your ballot starting seven days before the election until 2 p.m. on Election Day. Your agent or someone else you designate must return your ballot to the same elections office by 3 p.m. on Election Day. You can also return your ballot by mail. Election officials must receive your ballot on or before Election Day.