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Curbside Voting

If a voter is physically unable to enter the vote center, they may ask that an election officer bring a ballot to the entrance of the vote center; or to a car parked at the curbside. After the voter marks the ballot via a Duo-Go, they will give it to the election officer, who will put it in the scan. Or, at the voter’s request, a companion may hand the voter a ballot and deposit it for him or her.

TIP FOR VOTERS WITH DISABILITIES: Generally speaking, you may vote curbside during the early voting period (the 17th day before Election Day until the 4th day before Election Day for most elections) or on Election Day. For a May uniform election date or resulting runoff election or some special elections, the early voting period is the 12th day before Election Day until the 4th day before Election Day.

How to Vote using Curbside

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