For registered voters who wish to vote in person, polling places will be open on Tuesday, May 16, 2023 from 7:00 AM to 8:00 PM.
Start by making sure you are registered to vote and that all of the information in your voter profile is correct.
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Your polling location is staffed by one Judge of Elections, two Inspectors, a Machine Operator and a Clerk. Some polling locations may have additional staff based on the population of the precinct, or due to interest from qualified high school students. Poll Watchers/Observers may also be present. Click here to learn more about Poll Watchers.
When you arrive at the polling place, you will check in with the poll workers. Follow their instructions, as the check-in process may have changed since the last time you voted.
If you are eligible to vote a regular ballot, you will either hand mark a paper ballot or vote using a ballot marking device.
If you applied for a mail-in/absentee ballot but decide you would prefer to vote in person at your polling place, you can do so. You must bring your ballot in its mailing envelope with you on Election Day, inform the poll workers that you would like to void your mail-in ballot and vote in-person instead, and surrender it to your precinct Judge of Elections. You can then cast a regular in-person ballot.
If you do not have your mail-in/absentee ballot to surrender at your polling place, you may cast a provisional ballot. This will be counted once the Election Board verifies that you did not vote by mail.