Have someone pick up a ballot for you
For someone to pick up a ballot for you, you must either:
- Be hospitalized or unable to go to the polling place due to incapacitating health reasons or a disability
- Live in one of the following:
- Nursing home
- Assisted living facility
- Residential treatment center
- Group home
- Battered women's shelter
Process for having some pick up a ballot for you
Wait until October 26
By law, you cannot have someone pick up a ballot for you until Tuesday, October 26.
Choose an eligible person to pick up your ballot
The person you choose (known as your "agent") must:
- Be at least 18 years old and have a pre-existing relationship with you.
- Present your completed forms and an ID with the agent's picture and signature to a city election official.
- Not be a candidate at the election.
- Pick up ballots for a maximum of 3 voters.
You (the voter) need to sign and complete the following forms:
Give these completed forms to your agent.