Voting at a Polling Place
You can vote in person at an assigned polling place near where you live. Use this page to learn more about voting in a polling place.
Polling places are open from 7 am to 8 pm on Election Day. If you have questions, you can ask a poll worker.
What will I do at the polling place?
|1. Sign the voter roster list next to your name. || 2. Mark your ballot.|| 3. Cast your ballot|
What can I expect at the polling place?
Voting systems can vary from county to county, so learn about what to expect before you arrive.
More information on voting at the polling place:
How do I fill out my ballot?
Whether you vote on a paper ballot or on an electronic system, review your ballot carefully.
On a paper ballot:
|Don't vote for too many||Vote for the number allowed||Always fill in the bubble, even for a write-in|
What if I have a problem?
- If you need help voting or if you cannot use the voting system because of a disability, ask the poll workers about
accessible voting options.
- If your name is not in the voter roster, you may have the right to
vote on a provisional ballot. Your vote will count if election officials determine that you are eligible to vote.