If it works best for you–or if your mail-in ballot isn’t received on time–you can still vote at the polls on Election Day, November 3, 2020.
Step 1. Check the location of your polling place.
There have been many changes in polling locations this year due to the pandemic. Check your polling place below.
Step 2. Be prepared.
Polling locations will be clean, set up for social distancing, and workers will be equipped with PPE. To keep yourself and others safe on Election Day, remember:
- Wear a mask when outside or around others.
- Wear disposable gloves, if possible.
- Bring your own black ballpoint pen.
- Bring hand sanitizer.
If you’re voting for the first time or if you have not voted this year, you may be considered to be an inactive voter. Bring some form of identification–driver’s license, utility bill, bank statement, anything that has your address on it–to make sure that your vote will count.
Step 3. Vote!
When you arrive at your polling place, remember to wear your mask and practice social distancing at all times. Lines may be longer to accommodate social distancing, and poll workers have been instructed to sanitize commonly touched surfaces in between uses.